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v. to tell; to complain, to speak out one's mind; to accuse
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How is 诉 commonly used in everyday conversation? (su4)
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In everyday conversation, 诉 (sù) is commonly used to refer to speaking out one's mind or to complain. For example, someone might say 他诉说了他的不满 (tā sù shuō le tā de bù mǎn, He spoke out his dissatisfaction).
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