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n. the five organs in the face
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How is 五官 (wǔguān) usually used in a sentence?
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五官 (wǔguān) is usually used to refer to the five organs in the face, which are the eyes (眼睛 yǎnjing), nose (鼻子 bízi), mouth (嘴巴 zuǐbā), ears (耳朵 ěrduo), and chin (下巴 xiàbā). It is often used in the idiom 五官端正 (wǔguān duānzhèng), which means "to have good-looking facial features".
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