"Don't you know?"; used to point out something seemingly obvious that's gone unnoticed; usually used with 咪
(英) It's that thing. Don't you know?
(英) Of course!
(英) The car is right opposite to you. You didn't even notice it?
(英文) used to explain the rationale / to give reasons; "that's why"
(英) I didn't work hard enough in the past, so that's why I ended up like this.
(英) Celebrating before finishing the race? That's the result!
(英文) used to give a list of things; and what not
(英) What do I have to do on a regular basis? Well, going for a leisurely walk, chatting with neighbours, and what not.
(英) There's tofu, eggs, lean pork and tomato, and what not.
(英文) used to emphasise one's strong opinion, especially (but not limited to) to negative feelings
(英) I disagree lor.
(英) I don't agree lor!
(英) I really don't think she will like you lor.
(英) Do whatever you like lor!
(英) A: "He is hopelessly retributive!" B: "Yes! Exactly!"
(英文) to express helplessness or reluctance
(英) The boss demands it, we have no choice but to do it.
(英) Alright, I'm sorry, OK? I'll make it up to you by buying you a soda drink (... if that makes you happy).
(英) A: "Can you take responsibility for this project?" B: "Uh, okay..."