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裸 (luǒ) means naked; 婚 (hūn) means wedding or marriage.
In China, it’s common for young people to only think about getting married when they’ve got their car and house sorted, along with the wherewithal for a wedding ceremony and honeymoon.
裸婚 (luǒhūn) is what happens when two young people madly in love with each other decide to go against societal expectations and decide to get married without what others would consider a financial necessity for the life ahead.
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