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n. complexion, look, facial expression
Discussion of 脸色/臉色
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How is 脸色 (liǎn sè) used in everyday conversation?
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脸色 (liǎn sè) is commonly used to describe someone's facial expression or complexion. It is often used to describe a person's emotional state, such as when they are feeling sad, angry, or embarrassed. For example, one might say "他的脸色很难看" (tā de liǎn sè hěn nán kàn) which means "his complexion looks bad". It can also be used to describe someone's physical appearance, such as when they are pale or flushed. For example, one might say "他的脸色很白" (tā de liǎn sè hěn bái) which means "his complexion is very pale".
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