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v. pray, say one's prayers
Discussion of 祈祷/祈禱
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How is 祈祷 (qídào) used in everyday conversations?
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In everyday conversations, 祈祷 (qídào) is used to express the act of praying or saying one's prayers. It is often used in the context of wishing someone well, such as when someone is about to embark on a journey or take an important exam. For example, one might say: “祝你好运，祈祷一切顺利 (zhù nǐ hǎoyùn, qídào yīqiè shùnlì)” which translates to “Wish you luck, pray that everything goes well.”
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