自古皆有死,人無信不立

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since ancient times; from time immemorial all; each and every; in all cases
 
to have; there is; there are; to exist; to be
 
to die; inpassable; uncrossable; inflexible; rigid
man; person; people If people have no faith in a person, there is no standing for that person.
trad. (自古皆有死,人無信不立) 自古 無信不立
simp. (自古皆有死,人无信不立) 自古 无信不立

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自古皆有死,人無信不立

  1. From of old, death has been the lot of all men; but if people have no faith in a person, there is no standing for that person.

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