- To get someone's attention
- To squeeze past someone or if you bump into someone
- When you need something repeated
- When you burp (sneeze, make body noises)
To learn how to pronounce this word and see real-life examples of when the phrase is used, watch the video below.
To prepare your offshore team for onsite visits, ask us about pre-departure onsite client visit cross-cultural training that can be done face-to-face or via webinar.
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