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v./m. hold, hold or carry in both hands; a double handful
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Is 捧 used more often in formal or informal settings? (pěng)
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捧 (pěng) is used more often in formal settings. This is because the word is used to describe a gesture of respect, such as when someone holds something in both hands to show respect or appreciation. It is not commonly used in informal settings.
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