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wèi hūn fū
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How is the word "未婚夫(wèi hūn fū)" typically used in conversation?
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The word "未婚夫(wèi hūn fū)" is typically used to refer to a man who is engaged to be married. It is usually used in contrast to the word "已婚夫(yǐ hūn fū)", which means "husband". For example, one might say "我的未婚夫(wǒ de wèi hūn fū)是一个很好的人(shì yī gè hěn hǎo de rén)", meaning "My fiance is a very nice person".
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