Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Imao"

The meaning of "Imao" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa imao?
A: You don't say the word (Imao), you say the letters / you spell it out (I-M-A-O). It's generally not used in spoken conversation; it is usually used for very casual written conversation (like in text messages between friends).
Q: O que significa imao?
A: Laugh my ass off
Q: O que significa imao?
A: in my arrogant opinion
Q: O que significa imao(in my arrogant opinion)?
A: It means 'Laughing My Ass Off '.
Q: O que significa imao?
A: It's "lmao" (with an L not i) and it's an abbreviation for "laughing my ass off"

Translations of "Imao"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? do you use imao?(In My Arrogant Opinion)
though i see Lmao frequently in twitter, ive never see imao.
A: Hi! We usually just use ‘imo’ as it is. I haven’t see ‘imao’ around haha
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? imao
A: 你說的是一毛錢的一毛嗎?如果是的話,那就是one cent.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? imao
A: In My Arrogant Opinion.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? imao in other words?
A: imao is not a word

Other questions about "Imao"

Q: what does imao mean?
A: It’s “Lmao” an abbreviation of the phrase “laughing my ass off.” It is used to indicate that something is funny.
Q: ماذا يعني هذا الأختصار(imao)
A: It’s LMAO and it means and it means Laugh My Ass Off. It’s used to show that something is really funny. Same as ههه in Arabic
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar imao.
A: Its not a word, its an acronym that stands for " laughing my ass off", and the term is "Lmao" not "imao" . People normally use the term whenever they find something really hilarious. Its a slang term, not a formal term. For example, if someone said a really funny joke, another person would respond " Imao" .

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