- n. the basic unit of money in China
“(The name kwaito comes from either the word kwai, which is Afrikaans slang for "hot," or a gang in Soweto called the AmaKwaitos.”
“This week with Black Sabbath sang in Thai, a picnic with Faust, synth playing a strange bridge on the river kwai, Krzysztof Komeda and a lot more fantastic delights.”
“July 23, 2008 at 9:27 am teh won ovur teh rivr kwai?”
“May 30, 2008 at 2:47 pm uh oh! did ai mayk yu kwai, gramma? ai sowwy. tew mush teezin? plz stawp kwyin! yu iz gunna mayk mee kwai!”
“Yung Shang Him recalled that, while walking through a country village and dressed in appropriate Chinese attire, a pack of boys followed him and called out “fan kwai” (foreign devil).”
“May 25th, 2006 at 4:28 pm the tweetster just mentioned “bridge on the river kwai” helll-oooooooooooo?”
“A good tea to make is a combination of nine grams of astragalus and three grams tang kwai root simmered in a covered nonmetallic pot no longer than ten minutes in two cups of boiling water.”
“The Chinese herb tang kwai Angelica sinensis is considered a near specific for anemia as well as B12 deficiency.”
“Seiyu-kwai is that the party, unable for some reason or other to limit the number of candidates, had placed five candidates instead of three or four, and caused its own defeat by splitting the votes.”
“All parties except the Seiyu-kwai and Daido-ha succeeded in obtaining their representatives in reasonable proportion to their respective voting strength.”
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