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phr. walk in a straight line
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How is 直走 commonly used in modern Chinese?
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In modern Chinese, 直走 (zhí zǒu) is commonly used to describe the action of walking in a straight line. It is often used to contrast with other directions of movement, such as 拐弯 (guǎi wān) which means "to turn". For example, one might say "他直走了，没有拐弯" (tā zhí zǒu le, méi yǒu guǎi wān) which means "He walked straight, without turning".
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