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chūn xià qiū dōng
n. spring, summer, autumn and winter (the four seasons)
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When is it appropriate to use 春夏秋冬 (chūnxiàqiūdōng)?
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春夏秋冬 (chūnxiàqiūdōng) is typically used to refer to the four seasons, spring, summer, autumn and winter. It is appropriate to use this phrase when talking about the changing of the seasons, or when talking about the weather in different seasons. For example, one might say 春夏秋冬，每个季节都有不同的风景 (chūnxiàqiūdōng, měigè jìjié dōu yǒu bùtóng de fēngjǐng; "In spring, summer, autumn and winter, each season has its own scenery").
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