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v. to cut a class, skip a class
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When is it appropriate to use the word '逃课' (táo kè)?
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逃课 (táo kè) is a Chinese word that is used to refer to the act of skipping or cutting a class. It is appropriate to use this word when talking about a student who has deliberately chosen to not attend a class, either for a legitimate reason or for an illegitimate one. It is not appropriate to use this word when talking about a student who is absent due to illness or other unavoidable circumstances. In such cases, the word 缺课 (quē kè) is more appropriate.
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