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Is 圣诞节 (shèngdànjié) commonly used to refer to Christmas in Chinese?
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Yes, 圣诞节 (shèngdànjié) is commonly used to refer to Christmas in Chinese. It is a combination of two characters, 圣 (shèng) meaning "holy" or "sacred" and 诞 (dàn) meaning "birth". Together, they form the phrase 圣诞节 (shèngdànjié), which literally translates to "holy birth festival" and is used to refer to Christmas.
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