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dà tí qín
Discussion of 大提琴
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How is 大提琴 (dàtíqín) used in daily conversation?
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大提琴 (dàtíqín) is often used in daily conversation to refer to the cello, a string instrument. It is usually used in the context of music, such as when talking about a musician who plays the cello or a piece of music that is performed on the cello. For example, someone might say 他是一位大提琴演奏家 (tā shì yī wèi dàtíqín yǎnzòujiā, "He is a cellist"). It can also be used to refer to the sound of the cello, such as when someone says 大提琴的声音很悦耳 (dàtíqín de shēngyīn hěn yuè'ěr, "The sound of cello is very pleasant to the ear").
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