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uniform; subdue, conquer
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How is 制服 (zhìfú) used in everyday language?
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In everyday language, 制服 (zhìfú) is used to refer to a uniform, typically worn by students or employees.
It is also used to refer to the act of subduing or conquering something, such as an enemy or a problem. For example, one might say, “我们制服了敌人 (wǒmen zhìfú le dírén) We subdued the enemy.”
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