“Binh đao” is commonly referred to wartime or things related to the army. Usually the word is used in ancient documents or literature/art work, or used at a metaphorical way in some newspaper Some examples: - Dân tình đang chịu cảnh binh đao khói lửa (People are suffering from war and hostility ) - Chẳng việc gì phải dấy cuộc binh đao, khiến dân chúng lầm than (There’s no need to raise a war. It’ll make people suffering) - Người dân tỉnh ấy đã gặp nạn binh đao trong nhiều năm (People of that province have gone through war for so many years)
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