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char. great, vast, grand; a great many
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How is 浩 (hào) commonly used in Chinese?
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浩 (hào) is commonly used in Chinese to describe something that is great, vast, or grand in size or quantity. It's not used by itself in sentences. It often appears in forming the adjective 浩瀚 (vast, boundless).
For example, 浩瀚 can be used to describe a large number of people or things, such as 浩瀚的人群 (hàohàn de réngōng, a vast crowd).
浩瀚 can also be used to describe a large area, such as 浩瀚的大海 (hàohàn de dàhǎi, a vast ocean).
浩瀚 can also be used to describe a great amount of time, such as 浩瀚的岁月 (hàohàn de suìyuè, a great many years).
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