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n. have a good afternoon (used at the end of a conversion and before taking a nap in the afternoon)
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When is the appropriate time to use 午安 (wǔ'ān)?
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午安 (wǔ'ān) is typically used as a greeting at the end of a conversation in the afternoon, usually before taking a nap. It is a way of wishing someone a good afternoon. It is similar to the English phrase "good afternoon". It is not typically used in the morning or evening.
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