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Discussion of 大使馆/大使館
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How is 大使馆 (dàshǐguǎn) commonly used in day-to-day language?
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In day-to-day language, 大使馆 (dàshǐguǎn) is commonly used to refer to an embassy.
It is used to describe the building or institution that represents a foreign government in a foreign country. For example, someone might say "我们去大使馆办签证。 (wǒmen qù dàshǐguǎn bàn qiānzhèng.)" to mean "We are going to the embassy to get a visa.".
It can also be used to refer to the people who work in the embassy, such as diplomats. For example, someone might say "大使馆的外交官在做什么？ (Dàshǐguǎn de wàijiāoguān zài zuò shénme?)" to mean "What are the diplomats at the embassy doing?".
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