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Questions concerned comprehension and understanding the finer aspects of individual words or phrases, with or without a context in which they are expressed.

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Most likely it's the first meaning. I would give the second as 都可以 'dou1 ke3yi3' in the sense of 'both are possible'. Dou1 actually means 'all', but obviously it can refer to two items as well …
answered Feb 15 '14 by neubau
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Just a side note to the other answers. One way to capture the difference is to look at each one as the resultative element of a compound. For 破, we might find this: 他把我的手機打破了 ‘He smashed my ce …
answered Feb 25 '14 by neubau