äóÁ—çíëí�íëíçBuayäóÁ—çí_Œé is a Hokkien word meaning äóÁ—çíëí�íëíçcannotäóÁ—çí_Œé, while äóÁ—çíëí�íëíçtahanäóÁ—çí_Œé is a Malay word meaning äóÁ—çíëí�íëíçtolerateäóÁ—çí_Œé. Putting these together, the phrase translates to äóÁ—çíëí�íëíçcannot tolerateäóÁ—çí_Œé, and is used to describe someone who is annoyed at, and unable to tolerate, a person or a situation. For the unbearable Singaporean.
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