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n. old age; eldest child in a family; leader of a group; boss
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Is 老大 ever used to address someone formally or informally? (lǎo dà)
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Yes, 老大 (lǎo dà) can be used to address someone formally or informally. It is a term of respect and endearment, and can be used to refer to the eldest child in a family, the leader of a group, or the boss. It is also used to refer to someone who is older than the speaker.
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