Turkish Slang Quiz
It's a known fact that Turkish has the most colorful slangs and insults among the other languages in the world. Whether cursing, insulting or boasting about your Turkish-speaking skills, there's a Turkish word for that. But how much do you actually know?
Previously, we made a quiz that showed you how good your English is, especially with slang and swear words. This time, we've taken it up a notch by including Turkish in the mix! Quiz yourself and see how much slang you actually know!
Other Turkish quizzes
- What would you be trying to say if you said "Do not open my head" in Turkish?It's so hot that you could stick to the asphaltDon't be a buzzkillTo take responsibility of keeping something safeTo remember and talk about someone with a mutual friend
- "Getting involved with something that doesn't concern you". Which of the following explanations is the best fit?TınlamamakKafaya takmakMaydanoz olmakAyran gönüllü olmak
- "Boiling blood to someone" what does it mean?A long and hopeless waitAnnoying someone so much that you start to shorten their life spanI'm feeling frustrated that no one is listening to me so I'll save my energy and stop talkingLiking someone instantly
- Which one is a popular Turkish prank?Driving your car towards a friendHard boil their eggs and put them in back in the box secretlySticking a small helium balloon in the toilet and close the lidRearranging victim's drawers
- "Dropping teapot prank", which option is the best description of this prank?A dropping teapot prank is when you pour hot tea into a teapot and then drop it onto a surface that is not supposed to be able to take the heatYou act like the tea pot is full with boiling tea and drop it on to your victimDropping teapot prank is a prank in which one person drops a teapot and pretends to be hurtYou're in a room with a friend. You've got a teapot and a remote control. Your friend is standing in front of the teapot. Then, you pick up the remote control and press "play" on your phone's YouTube app
- What does "darı" mean?Hair pinKnown in İzmir by the call of street vendors "Boiled corn milk"Delicious pastry to be eaten with eggs and tea
- Which word means the same as "Turkish bagel"?BörekPoğaçaPastaGevrek
- What does "Bringing a new tradition to the old village" mean?Attempting to make an usual, strange innovationClothes fitting the body perfectlyThings changing, not being the same as before
- How Turkish people say "I think I know you but I'm not sure from where"?Gözüm kamaştıBurnuma kötü kokular gelmeye başladıGözüm seni bir yerden ısırıyor
- What does "Pulling with a rope" mean?Expressing of someone's angerLooking forward to something and waiting for it impatiently
- Which option is not synonymous with "Did you eat your brain with cheese and bread"?Why are you so quiet?Why are you acting stupidly?Did you lose your senses?
- Which option is not synonymous with "May it be a lid!"?In your faceSuck itProve it
- [audio]What is this person saying?A very Turkish way to say "we're doing fine"She's unhappyShe's not feeling well
- [audio]What does she say?She responds to something that shocks herShe says "bless you" in Turkish way
- [audio]What is this person saying?She's exhaustedShe needs to smokeShe isn't understanding what people are talking about because she is not familiar with the subject
- What does "I feel as if a truck ran over me" mean?I'm exhaustedI'm so angryI'm a mess
- What does "My soul got out" mean?Heart brokenBeing extremely tired, exhaustedI'm so scared
- What does "aganiginaganigi" mean?Slang for making loveIt's a rhymeTraditional dish
- What does "jackal" mean?Innocent personHalf-drunk stateCunning person
- What is "pasha tea"?Tea close to room temperature for those who can't handle hot teaCleaning thoroughlyLooking after someone really well