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The Coxford Singlish Dictionary|
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KAY KIANG (Contributed by pklorius)
Hokkien phrase which translates as "acting smart". It is usually used to describe someone as biting off more than one can chew - to be acting smarter than one actually is.
"Eh, this sort of thing better not kay kiang. Wait you sure kena sai."