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What kind of contexts is the word 鞭炮 (biān pào) used in?
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鞭炮 (biān pào) is commonly used in contexts related to Chinese New Year celebrations. It is used to describe the sound of firecrackers that are set off during the holiday. It is also used to refer to the physical firecrackers themselves, as well as the act of setting them off. In some cases, it can also be used metaphorically to refer to something that is loud and disruptive, such as a heated argument.
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