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The Coxford Singlish Dictionary|
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Hokkien term for "get out of the way". Can either be used to shoo people away, or in the sense of making oneself scarce or dodging a task.
1. "Siam ah! Sio ah!” (Get out of the way! (This bowl of soup is) hot!)
2. "I saw the boss coming, so I thought I'd better siam quickly."
See also: Siam One Corner/S.O.C.
SIAM ONE CORNER/S.O.C. (Contributed by AA)
A Mat-ism, exhorting one to skive. Normally used by NS guys as an alternative for Standard Obstacle Course.
1. "Fwah, later boss looking for people to do stock check, better go siam one corner first."
2. "Recruit Tan was charged for S.O.C.ing when he was supposed to do his S.O.C."