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sep-v. bear hardships
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How is 吃苦 (chīkǔ) used in conversation?
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吃苦 (chīkǔ) is used to express the idea of enduring hardships or difficulties. It is often used in the context of encouraging someone to persevere and not give up in the face of adversity. For example, one might say to a friend who is struggling with a difficult task, “你要坚持下去，要吃苦 (nǐ yào jiānchí xiàqù, yào chīkǔ)”, which translates to “You must persist and bear the hardships.”
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