“Oi” means “Hey” “Buddy” means dude, man or dude (something like that) “Oi, dude!” is used to get someone’s attention and normally it would be followed by some sort of instruction. Example: “Oi buddy, come here for a moment!”. I heard this expression from Australians and Brits.
Yeah, like Jil said, it’s essentially the same as “hey”. “Hey buddy!” is a call intended to get someone’s attention, and would normally be followed by some sort of instruction, e.g. wise!”.
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Meaning of oi in English
used as a not very polite way of getting someone’s attention, especially when angry: Oi!
“Oi” was particularly associated with the working class and the Cockney language. It’s practically a local pronunciation of “hoy” (see H-dropping), an older expression. A study of Cockney dialect in the 1950s found that its tone and harshness determined whether it was used to attract attention or as a challenge.
Manga. The Female Titan (女型の巨人 Megata no Kyojin?) was one of the Nine Titans and possessed the ability to easily mimic the attributes of the other Titans. It could also selectively harden parts of its skin and lure Pure Titans with its screams, possibly due to its mimicry ability mentioned above.
Erwin Smith is a literal god of speeches | Attack on Titan Season 3 Episode 16.
As flames rain down on one front, boulders shatter the other. With no way out and limited options, the Scouts are forced to fight the Titans with little hope. While one front is showered with flames, the other is shattered by boulders.