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m. measure word for strip-like things, odor, strength, people in group (often with derogatory sense)
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What is the proper way to use 股 (gǔ) in a sentence?
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股 (gǔ) is a measure word used to refer to strip-like things, odor, strength, and people in a group (often with a derogatory sense). It is used in the same way as other measure words, such as 个 (gè) or 只 (zhī). For example, one could say 一股强烈的气味 (yī gǔ qiángliè de qìwèi) to refer to a strong odor.
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