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Is 早点儿 (zǎo diǎnr) often used to refer to a meal or snack?
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Yes, 早点儿 (zǎo diǎnr) is often used to refer to a meal or snack. It literally translates to "earlier" and is used to refer to having a meal or snack earlier than usual. It is also used to refer to having a light meal or snack between meals.
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