Internet Slang

挖坑 [wā kēng]

挖坑 [wā kēng] v. To dig a pit. To start writing an Internet novel and publishing it in installments; to start playing an online game. To start a project that attracts people’s attention.

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  1. 挖坑 means setting a suspense in many circumstances. E.g. an internet novel may dig many pits to attract readers for later updates. TV series are the same. Later updates are supposed (by readers) to fill the pits (resolve the suspenses), but not all can be naturally filled without new pits.

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