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adj. naughty, mischievous
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How is 调皮 (tiáopí) used in everyday conversation?
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调皮 (tiáopí) is used to describe someone who is mischievous or naughty. It is often used to describe children who are being playful or disobedient. For example, a parent might say to their child, "你真调皮 (nǐ zhēn tiáopí)!" which translates to "You are so naughty!"
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