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How is 诈骗 (zhàpiàn) commonly used in everyday situations?
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诈骗 (zhàpiàn) is commonly used to refer to fraud or deception. It is often used to describe situations where someone is tricked into giving away money or other valuable items. For example, someone might say "他被诈骗了一笔钱" (tā bèi zhàpiàn le yībǐ qián) to mean "He was defrauded of a sum of money". It can also be used to describe situations where someone is tricked into believing something that is not true, such as "他被诈骗了，以为他会得到一份工作" (tā bèi zhàpiàn le, yǐwéi tā huì dédào yīfèn gōngzuò) which means "He was deceived into thinking he would get a job".
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