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chī bǎo le
v. be full (with food)
Discussion of 吃饱了/吃飽了
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In which situations would I use 吃饱了 (chī bǎole) instead of 吃够了 (chī gòule)?
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吃饱了 (chī bǎole) is used to express that someone has eaten enough food to feel full. It is usually used in casual conversations. It is often used when someone has finished eating and is feeling satisfied.
In contrast, 吃够了 (chī gòule) is used to express that someone has eaten enough food to reach a certain amount or quantity. It is usually used in more formal contexts. It is often used when someone is trying to reach a certain amount of food, such as when someone is trying to eat a certain number of pieces of food.
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