发布时间:2018-11-09  作者:cqylfy.com
Hangry | 饿怒
It is only in the 21st century that the word hangry, a blend of hungry and angry used colloquially to mean ‘bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger’, has entered common use. However, the earliest known evidence for the word dates from 1956, in an unusual article in the psychoanalytic journal American Imago that describes various kinds of deliberate and accidental wordplay.
在新世纪,把饥饿和愤恨缩合起来的hangry开端为人所用,说的是由于饿而发脾气。但是,最早在1956年就有人使用,在心思剖析期刊American Imago一篇特别文章中,描绘了各种文字游戏。

The author mentions hangry in a discussion of words formed by contraction or elision. Some of these, like brunch, were already established at the time, but most of them, such as criumph (a crime triumph), and sexperience (sexual experience) have still not caught on with the English-speaking public.

Me time | 我时刻
Me time is time devoted to doing what one wants (typically on one’s own), as opposed to working or doing things for others, considered as important in reducing stress or restoring energy. The term is first attested in the publication Helping yourself with Cosmic Healing (1980) by Unity minister Rebekah Dunlap: ‘Arrange during each day to have some “me time”.’
“我时刻”说的是能够干自己想干的事的韶光,相对于作业或为别人做事,这被认为是解压或康复能量的重要办法。该词最早出现在1980年出版物“Helping youself with Cosmic Healing”一书中,作者是Rebekah Dunlap,她说,“每天组织一些‘我时刻’。”

Snowflake | 雪片人
The use of snowflake as a derogatory term has become prominent on social media in recent years, but it has its roots in more positive connotations. The OED’s entry traces snowflake back to 1983 in a more affirmative sense, referring to a person, especially a child, regarded as having a unique personality and potential. The metaphor was based on the notion of every snowflake being one of a kind in appearance.

By the late 1990s, that idea of the special snowflake was established enough to be sarcastically invoked in Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Fight Club: ‘You are not a beautiful and unique snowflake. You are the same decaying organic matter as everything else, and we are all part of the same compost pile.’
到九十年代末,Chuck Palahniuk的小说《Fight Club》中开端有了挖苦的用法:“你并非美丽、绝无仅有的雪片。你和其他东西一样,都是正在腐烂的有机质,咱们都是相同的一堆肥料。”
Over time, the term’s meaning shifted, and snowflake came be used as an insulting term for a person characterized as overly sensitive or easily offended, or as feeling entitled to special treatment or consideration. In this way, the original idea of a snowflake’s uniqueness has been displaced by allusion to its fragility.

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Dog does not eat dog.

Every dog has his day.

Every dog is a lion at home. [Every dog is valiant at his own door.]
[谚]狗是百步王, 只在门前凶。

Fight dog, fight bear.

Give a dog a bad name and hang him.
[谚]一旦给人加一个坏名声, 他就永久洗刷不掉; 人言可畏。

Love me, love my dog.
[谚]你若把我当朋友, 也要把我的朋友当朋友; 爱屋及乌。

Scornful[Hungry] dogs will eat dirty puddings.
[谚]人到危殆时, 平时所不屑做的也要做; 急不暇择, 饮鸩止渴。

The dog that fetches will carry.