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wó déng nǐ
phr. I will wait for you.
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How is 我等你 used in everyday conversation?(wǒ děng nǐ)
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我等你 (wǒ děng nǐ) is used in everyday conversation to express that one will wait for another person. For example, if one person is running late for a meeting, they might say to the other person, "我等你 (wǒ děng nǐ)，别着急 (bié zháo jí)！" which translates to "I will wait for you, don't worry!"
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