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táo zuì
v. be intoxicated, be enchanted
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Is 陶醉 commonly used in spoken Chinese? (táo zuì)
Yes, 陶醉 (táo zuì) is commonly used in spoken Chinese to mean "be intoxicated, be enchanted". It is often used to describe a feeling of being deeply moved or overwhelmed by something, such as a beautiful landscape or a piece of music. For example, one might say 那景色真美,令人陶醉 (nà jǐngsè zhēn měi, lìng rén táo zuì; "That scenery is so beautiful, it's intoxicating").
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