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Saturday, April 13, 2013

what does "tchup sou ou" mean in h. creole, also can you plese use it in at least 13 examples, thank you et Bonjou!!!

WHOA!!!!   13 examples!?  That sounds like a lucky number :)
"Tchoup sou ou" indicates some sort of penetration, stabbing, spitting at, or assault with a intrusive object.  The term might also be sexual in nature. To have an accurate translation, we'd need to know the context.
Also, the spelling could have been tchuip which means to show contempt for someone by smacking one's lips.

Dakò :)
Pase bon jounen.

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