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Is 石头 (shítou) used to talk about physical stones or is it sometimes used figuratively?
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Yes, 石头 (shítou) is used to talk about physical stones. It can also be used figuratively to refer to something that is hard, unyielding, or immovable, such as a person's attitude or a situation. For example, one might say 石头心 (shítou xīn) to describe someone who is stubborn or unyielding.
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