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v. act in a superficial way, go through the motions, doing just enough
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How is 敷衍 (fūyǎn) usually used in conversation?
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In conversation, 敷衍 (fūyǎn) is usually used to describe someone who is not putting in enough effort or is not taking something seriously. It is often used to criticize someone for not taking something seriously or for not putting in enough effort. For example, someone might say "你不能只是敷衍了事 (nǐ bù néng zhǐ shì fūyǎn liǎo shì)" which means "you can't just go through the motions".
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