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yì zhěng tiān
phr. a whole day
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How is 一整天 (yī zhěng tiān) typically used in conversation?
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一整天 (yī zhěng tiān) is typically used to refer to a period of time that is a whole day long. It is often used to describe how long something took or how long something will take. For example, 他们花了一整天 (tāmen huāle yī zhěng tiān) to finish the project, meaning "they took a whole day to finish the project". It can also be used to describe how long something will take, such as 我们需要一整天 (wǒmen xūyào yī zhěng tiān) 来完成这个任务 (lái wánchéng zhège rènwù), meaning "we need a whole day to finish this task".
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