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xián yā dàn
phr. salted duck egg
Discussion of 咸鸭蛋/鹹鴨蛋
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How is 咸鸭蛋 (xián yā dàn) used in everyday conversation?
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In everyday conversation, 咸鸭蛋 (xián yā dàn) is often used to refer to salted duck eggs as a food item. For example, someone might say "我今天吃了一个咸鸭蛋 (wǒ jīn tiān chī le yī gè xián yā dàn)" to mean "I ate a salted duck egg today". It can also be used to refer to salted duck eggs as a type of ingredient, for example, someone might say "这道菜里有咸鸭蛋 (zhè dào cài lǐ yǒu xián yā dàn)" to mean "This dish has salted duck eggs".
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