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Understanding some of these words when you’re lost in translation and trying to figure out what heck is going on. I’ll start by saying here in the Philippines, nosebleed is not a medical condition per se. As a sample, when somebody tries to explain something, then suddenly someone will jump in and be know it all..
The word is a slang for having difficulty understanding English whenever Filipinos encounter somebody that speaks the language fluently either during conversations or discussions and meetings.
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The term usually will come up amongst Filipinos when they encounter something difficult like an exam, an interview, when trying to solve complex problem, or when there is a a report using technical hi falutin words. Either that or they’d pronounced words differently, remove certain vowels, or add another.
Usual suspects would be those that works in the BPO industry, Medical or Law profession. Filipinos are so ingenious that they would coin a term for fun and just for the heck of it and a new word is invented.