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How is the word 眉毛 (méi mao) typically used in conversation?
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The word 眉毛 (méi mao) is typically used to refer to the eyebrows of a person. It is often used in comparison to other facial features, such as 眼睛 (yǎn jing, "eyes") or 鼻子 (bí zi, "nose"). For example, one might say "他的眉毛比他的眼睛更漂亮" (tā de méi mao bǐ tā de yǎn jing gèng piào liang, "His eyebrows are more beautiful than his eyes").
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