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v. work, work on a job
Discussion of 干活儿/幹活兒
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How is the word 干活儿 (gànhuór) typically used in a sentence?
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The phrase 干活儿 (gànhuór) is typically used to refer to physical labor or work that needs to be done. It is often used in the context of a job or task that needs to be completed. For example, one might say: 今天我要去干活儿 (Jīntiān wǒ yào qù gànhuór), which translates to "Today I'm going to do some work". It can also be used to refer to a specific job or task, such as: 我要去干活儿收割庄稼 (Wǒ yào qù gànhuór shōugē zhuāngjiǎ), which translates to "I'm going to do some work harvesting crops".
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