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adj. crude, stiff, harsh, unnatural
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When should 生硬 (shēng yìng) be used instead of other words with the same meaning?
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生硬 (shēng yìng) should be used when describing a person's behavior or attitude that is overly formal, rigid, or lacking in warmth or emotion. It can also be used to describe a person's speech or writing that is overly formal or stiff. For example, one might say that a person's speech was 生硬 (shēng yìng) because it was overly formal and lacked emotion.
In contrast, other words with similar meanings such as 冷淡 (lěng dàn) or 冷漠 (lěng mò) are more often used to describe a person's attitude or behavior that is indifferent or lacking in emotion.
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