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sep-v. suffer losses, be at a disadvantage
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How is 吃亏 commonly used in everyday conversation? (chīkuī)
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吃亏 (chīkuī) is a separable verb (sep-v) commonly used in everyday conversation to refer to a situation in which someone has suffered losses or been at a disadvantage. For example, someone might say "我吃了大亏 (wǒ chī le dàkuī)" to express that they have been taken advantage of or have suffered a great loss.
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