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Is 母牛 (mǔniú) used to mean a literal cow or can it also refer to something else?
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母牛 (mǔniú) is used to mean a literal cow. It is a combination of two Chinese characters, 母 (mǔ) meaning "mother" and 牛 (niú) meaning "ox, cow, bull". Together, they form the word 母牛 (mǔniú) which literally translates to "mother cow".
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