buang

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English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Malay buang (throw away, discard).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Singapore) IPA(key): /ˈbuːʌŋ/

Verb[edit]

buang (third-person singular simple present buangs, present participle buanging, simple past and past participle buanged)

  1. (Singapore, colloquial, informal) To discard or throw something out.
    • 2004 March 2, Kilometric, “Singapore Birth Rate”, in googlegroups[1]:
      The RSAF attachment in France and Australia is a very good example. If they are in Singapore, many of these RSAF wives will not bother to have babies at all. Likewise in Batam, Singapore men are known to "buang sperm" like water over there.
    • 2004 October 28, Xiaxue, “Blogging TV Critic!”, in blogspot.sg[2]:
      Being the deep-thinking intellectual I am, I sat in front of my telly, contemplating certain important issues before setting out to watch the 9 o'clock show - The Champion, starring the voluptuous Fiona Xie, no-breasted Jeanette Aw, and cute Toro Tan (I don't know Toro's surname so I anyhow buang).
    • 2008 November 26, Ahleebabasingaporethief, “Govt 'may take stake in Marina IR' – shame, shame”, in sammyboy[3]:
      Heard the Marina IR 3 Tombstones was built exactly like tombstones to buang sway for the decision makers.
    • 2010 September 28, Yoshi_fanboy, “NUS ppl lip lai”, in forum.hardwarezone.com.sg[4]:
      I have already buanged two midterms liao.
    • 2015 August 5, Gwee Li Sui, “SinGweesh on Wednesday”, in themiddleground.sg[5]:
      Soon after, two other forms came into play: “anyhow whack” and “anyhow pong”. These two terms are an improvement because they buang the whole need to remember and name the action verb itself.
    • 2015 August 9, Gwee Li Sui, “My Singlish Jubilee Wish”, in themiddleground.sg[6]:
      Multicultural means what? Means that, if you buang Singlish, everyone will be left with his or her own thing. The Angmohs and Eurasians and jiak kentangs will talk in England.

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Cebuano[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • Hyphenation: bu‧ang

Noun[edit]

buang

  1. a crazy person
  2. a mentally challenged person
  3. a hippie
  4. a fool

Adjective[edit]

buang

  1. idiotic; having the quality of idiocy; very foolish; stupid; nonsensical

Malay[edit]

Malay Wikipedia has an article on:
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Verb[edit]

buang (Jawi spelling بواڠ)

  1. to discard, reject, or throw away.

Descendants[edit]

  • English: buang

Tagalog[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Cebuano

Noun[edit]

buang

  1. (derogatory) a stupid person
    • 2017, Rodrigo Duterte (via Philippine Daily Inquirer)
      Baka nga ito si Kim Jong-un, ‘yung t*****. You know, if that guy… I do not think that he is ready but he is playing with dangerous toys, ‘yang buang na ‘yan,...