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n. betrothal gifts, wedding gifts
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What is the proper way to use 彩礼 (cǎi lǐ) in a sentence?
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彩礼 (cǎi lǐ) is a Chinese term that refers to betrothal gifts or wedding gifts. It is usually given by the groom's family to the bride's family as a sign of appreciation and respect. It is also a way to show the bride's family that the groom's family is financially capable of taking care of the bride. In traditional Chinese culture, the amount of 彩礼 (cǎi lǐ) is usually negotiated between the two families.
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