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adj. unbearable; embarrassed, embarrassing
Discussion of 难堪/難堪
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How is 难堪 (nánkān) typically used in everyday conversations?
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In everyday conversations, 难堪 (nánkān) is typically used to describe an uncomfortable or embarrassing situation. For example, someone might say "这件事太难堪了！" (zhè jiàn shì tài nánkān le!) to express that the situation is too embarrassing. It can also be used to describe a person's feelings in an uncomfortable situation, such as "我感到很难堪" (wǒ gǎndào hěn nánkān) to express feeling embarrassed.
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