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adj. vulgar, tacky
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How is 俗气 (súqì) used in everyday conversation?
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In everyday conversation, 俗气 (súqì) is used to describe something that is considered to be in bad taste or vulgar. It is often used to describe behavior, clothing, or other items that are considered to be too flashy or ostentatious. For example, someone might say 他的衣服太俗气了 (tā de yīfú tài súqì le) to describe someone's clothing as being too flashy or tacky.
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