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v. found, establish, set up; (of an argument or a reason) be sound, reasonable or tenable
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How is the word 成立 (chénglì) commonly used in Chinese?
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成立 (chénglì) is commonly used to refer to the establishment of something, such as an organization, a company, a school, or a government. For example, 中国共产党 (Zhōngguó Gòngchǎndǎng) 成立于 (chénglì yú) 1921 年 (nián). This means "The Chinese Communist Party was founded in 1921". It can also be used to refer to the establishment of a law or a rule, such as 公司(Gōngsī) 成立了 (chénglì le) 一个新的部门 (yīgè xīn de bùmén). This means "The company has established a new department". Additionally, it can be used to refer to the establishment of a fact or an argument, such as 他的论点 (tā de lùndiǎn) 成立 (chénglì). This means "His argument is sound".
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