Awsl is an abbreviation. The full form is À Wǒ Sǐ Le (啊我死了).

You can understand it this way:

  • 啊我死了 (À Wǒ Sǐ Le): Ah I’m dead/ oh I’m dead

Awsl is often used to describe the excitement of seeing something cute.

However, awsl can also indicate something too cute (太萌), too scary (太可怕), too distressing (太痛心).

One thought on “What does “awsl” mean in Chinese?”

  1. Also as a abbr of 阿伟死了, which means the same.(阿伟表示很淦)

    “阿伟,出来走个流程还是直接死?”

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