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adj. dear, beloved
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How is the word "亲爱 (qīn'ài)" used in everyday conversation?
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亲爱 (qīn'ài) is often used as an affectionate term of endearment in everyday conversation. It is used to express love and fondness for someone, similar to the English phrase "dear". For example, a parent might say to their child, "亲爱的，你今天怎么样？" (qīn'ài de, nǐ jīntiān zěnme yàng?), which translates to "Dear, how are you today?". It can also be used to address someone in a polite way, such as "亲爱的，您好！" (qīn'ài de, nín hǎo!), which translates to "Dear, hello!".
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