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jiú yǎng
v. have long been looking forward to meeting sb; have heard about sb. for long time
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In what context is 久仰 (jiǔyǎng) typically used?
久仰 (jiǔyǎng) is typically used as a polite expression when meeting someone for the first time or when meeting someone who is highly respected or well-known. It conveys a sense of admiration and anticipation for finally meeting the person in person.

For example, if you are meeting a famous author for the first time, you can say "久仰大名 (jiǔyǎng dàmíng)" which means "I have long heard about your great reputation." This shows that you have been looking forward to meeting the author and have a deep respect for their work.
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