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22:11 Jan 25, 2003
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: ghetto ass
ghetto butt
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4ゲットーのやつShinya Ono
4ださい奴
cristophm
1最低な奴
cinefil


  

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38 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5
ゲットーのやつ


Explanation:
ass:yatsu, aitsu, ano yarou

Of course, ass is "oshiri," too, but in that case, its translation becomes
rather sexual, and perhaps, offensive to some persons, especially women. So,
I will stop here.

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Note added at 2003-01-26 03:19:17 (GMT)
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うっかりいい忘れましたが、「ゲットーのやつ」も差別的な面がありますね。

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Note added at 2003-01-26 03:24:29 (GMT)
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It is pronounced:
¥"Getto no yatsu¥"
¥"Getto no aitsu¥"
¥"Getto no ano yarou¥"

Shinya Ono
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最低な奴


Explanation:
最低な奴(saitei na yatsu)
please don't blame me for no explanation in detail.

cinefil
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ださい奴


Explanation:
dasai yatsu.

dasai means unfashionable, dumpy looking, uncool. in other words, ghetto.
yatsu is used as a derrogatory term for a person.

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