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sep-v. cheers, toast
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How is 干杯 used in a conversation? (gān bēi)
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In a conversation, 干杯 (gān bēi) is used to express a toast or cheers. It is usually said when two people are drinking together, and it is a way to express good wishes and show respect. For example, one person might say 干杯 (gān bēi) to the other person before they both take a drink. It is also used to express congratulations or good luck, such as when someone is about to embark on a new journey or take an important exam.
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