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adv. not, contrary to; simply must
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What is the difference between 非 (fēi) and 不 (bù)?
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非 (fēi) and 不 (bù) both mean "not" in Chinese, but they are used in different contexts. 非 (fēi) is more formal and is used to express a negative opinion or to deny something, while 不 (bù) is used to express a lack of something or to negate a verb. For example, 非 (fēi) can be used to say "It is not true" or "That is not the case", while 不 (bù) can be used to say "I don't have it" or "I don't know".
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