What is the meaning of Jia you?

of encouragement and support
Jiayou (Mandarin Chinese: 加油; pinyin: jiā yóu) or Gayau (Cantonese Chinese: 加油; Jyutping: gaa1 jau4) is a ubiquitous Chinese expression of encouragement and support.

What is Jia in English?

Jia is the chinese symbol for either house or family.

How do you cheer someone in Chinese?

Other ways to congratulate people are:

  1. 恭喜你! gōng xǐ nǐ – Congratulations to you!
  2. 我都替你高兴! wǒ dōu tì nǐ gāo xìng – I’m happy for you!
  3. 我真为你高兴! wǒ zhēn wèi nǐ gāoxìng – I am so happy for you!
  4. 干得好! gàn dé hǎo!
  5. 太棒了! tài bàng le!
  6. 你真棒! nǐ zhēn bàng – You are awesome!
  7. 了不起! liǎo bù qǐ!
  8. 你太厉害了! tài lì hai le – You are so great!

How do you use Jia in Chinese?

Jia you can be used as a cheer, or a form of encouragement:

  1. “Go! Go! Go!”
  2. “Persist!”
  3. “Don’t give up!”
  4. “Do your best!”
  5. “Good luck!”
  6. “Go, team, go!”
  7. “Come on!”
  8. “Hang in there!”

Where is jiayou from?

Derived from the Chinese phrase Gayau (or Jiayou; Chinese: 加油), the expression is literally translated from the Cantonese phrase. It is originated in Hong Kong and is commonly used by bilingual Hong Kong speakers. “Add oil” can be roughly translated as “Go for it”.

What does Yu Jia mean in Chinese?

yù jiā all the more even more further. 瑜珈 yú jiā

How do you say good luck in Mandarin?

“好运” is the standard translation of good luck in Chinese. So when we wish someone good luck, we usually say “祝你好运”. Here “祝你” literally means “I wish you” or “to you” and it can be used together with all the blessing words mentioned in this article. Sometimes we also say good luck as “鸿运(hóng yùn)”.

Is Chinglish a language?

Chinglish is slang for spoken or written English language that is either influenced by a Chinese language, or is poorly translated. In Hong Kong, Macau, Guangdong and Guangxi, the term “Chinglish” refers mainly to Cantonese-influenced English.

How do you say best wishes in Mandarin?

祝你好运! (zhù nǐ hǎo yùn!) — (I wish you) Good luck! As you can see, this is a direct translation of “good luck.” The verb 祝 (zhù) means “to wish,” 你 (nǐ) means “you,” 好 (hǎo) is “good” and 运 (yùn) is “luck.”

Is Jia a Chinese name?

Jia (simplified Chinese: 佳; traditional Chinese: 嘉) is the pinyin romanization of a Chinese name. Chia is the corresponding Wade-Giles romanization that is used Taiwan. Ka is the Cantonese-based romanization used in Hong Kong, Macao and other and other areas of Southeastern China.