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v. to make way for, to give way to
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how to use 让道 in the sentence?
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In Chinese, 让道 (ràng dào) means "to give way" or "to yield the right of way". It is used to indicate that someone is allowing others to pass or giving priority to others in a specific situation, such as when driving or walking on the street. For example, you can use 让道 in a sentence like this: 当遇到救护车时，我们应该让道。 (Dāng yù dào jiù hù chē shí, wǒmen yīnggāi ràngdào.) This translates to "When encountering an ambulance, we should make way (so that the ambulance can pass first)."
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