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n. dialog (in a play or film etc.)
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How is 对白 (duìbái) commonly used in conversation?
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对白 (duìbái) is commonly used to refer to dialog in a play or film. It is composed of two characters: 对 (duì) meaning "towards" or "opposite" and 白 (bái) meaning "white". Together, they form the phrase 对白, which literally translates to "opposite white". This phrase is used to refer to dialog because it implies two people speaking to each other, with each person's words being the opposite of the other's.
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