一枝草,一点露

MandarinEdit

simpl.
trad. 一枝草,一點露

EtymologyEdit

Literally: For every blade of grass, there is a drop of dew.

ProverbEdit

一枝草,一点露 (simplified, Pinyin yī zhī cǎo, yī diǎn lù, traditional 一枝草,一點露)

  1. (Taiwan) As long as one is still breathing, one has a chance to live.
  2. (Taiwan) There is always a way out.

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Min NanEdit

simpl.
trad. 一枝草,一點露

EtymologyEdit

Literally: For every blade of grass, there is a drop of dew.

ProverbEdit

一枝草,一点露 (simplified, POJ chi̍t-ki-chháu, chi̍t-tiám-lō·, traditional 一枝草,一點露, simplified 一枝草,一点露)

  1. As long as one is still breathing, one has a chance to live.
  2. There is always a way out.
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