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千慮一得 means, "1000 tries, one success," or "[a] thousand tries [leads to] one success."
This proverb is a humble way to speak of your success, ideas, or accomplishments. As if you are a fool who just got lucky in inventing or creating something.
Translations for this proverb include:
Even without any notable ability on my part, I may still get it right sometimes by good luck.
Even a fool may sometimes come up with a good idea.
Below are some entries from our dictionary that may match your come in humble search...
If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese
|Simple Dictionary Definition|
| qiān lǜ yī dé / qian1 lu:4 yi1 de2
ch`ien lü i te / chien lü i te
senryoittoku;senryonoittoku / せんりょいっとく;せんりょのいっとく
a thousand tries leads to one success (idiom, humble expr.); Even without any notable ability on my part, I may still get it right sometimes by good luck.
(expression) (yoji) Even a fool may sometimes come up with a good idea
| shī yíng / shi1 ying2
failure to meet; (humble language) I'm sorry not to have come to meet you personally
|ageru / あげる||(transitive verb) (1) (See 手を挙げる・1) to raise; to elevate; (2) (See 髪を上げる) to do up (one's hair); (3) to fly (a kite, etc.); to launch (fireworks, etc.); to surface (a submarine, etc.); (4) to land (a boat); (5) (揚げる only) to deep-fry; (6) to show someone (into a room); (7) (揚げる only) (kana only) to summon (for geishas, etc.); (8) to send someone (away); (9) to enrol (one's child in school); to enroll; (10) to increase (price, quality, status, etc.); to develop (talent, skill); to improve; (11) (See 声を上げる) to make (a loud sound); to raise (one's voice); (12) to earn (something desirable); (13) to praise; (14) (usu. 挙げる) to give (an example, etc.); to cite; (15) (usu. 挙げる) to summon up (all of one's energy, etc.); (16) (挙げる only) to arrest; (17) (挙げる only) to nominate; (18) (polite language) to give; (19) to offer up (incense, a prayer, etc.) to the gods (or Buddha, etc.); (20) to bear (a child); (21) (usu. 挙げる) to conduct (a ceremony, esp. a wedding); (v1,vi) (22) (of the tide) to come in; (v1,vi,vt) (23) to vomit; (aux-v,v1) (24) (kana only) (polite language) (after the -te form of a verb) to do for (the sake of someone else); (25) (after the -masu stem of a verb) (See 作り上げる) to complete ...; (26) (humble language) (after the -masu stem of a humble verb to increase the level of humility) (See 申し上げる・2) to humbly do ...|
The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...
|Title||Characters||Romaji(Romanized Japanese)||Various forms of Romanized Chinese|
|Even a fool may sometimes come up with a good idea||千慮一得|
|senryonoittoku||qiān lǜ yī dé|
qian1 lv4 yi1 de2
qian lv yi de
|ch`ien lü i te
chien lü i te
|In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.|
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.
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