Zhan Cao Bu Chu Gen, Chun Feng Chui You Sheng

June 12, 2010 3 comments so far

zhǎn cǎo bù chú gēn, chūn fēng chuī yoù shēng
斩 草 不 除 根, 春 风 吹 又 生

If the roots are not removed during weeding, the weeds will grow again when the winds of Spring blows.

解释 ( paraphrase )

This proverb suggest us that we should finish a task entirely, or the effort might be wasted.

同义词 ( synonym )
(ye huo shao bu jin, chun feng chui you shen)

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