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Beyond / Exceed / Surpass

China
Japan yu
Beyond / Exceed / Surpass

逾 means: to exceed; to go beyond; to transcend; to cross over; to jump over.

You'll see this character used in Buddhism (same meaning).

Technically, this single character is a Japanese word but seldom-used as a single Kanji in modern Japanese.

Overcome / Surpass / Rise Above

China chāo yuè
Japan chou etsu
Overcome / Surpass / Rise Above

In Chinese, Japanese Kanji and old Korean Hanja, this means overcome, surpass, transcendence, excel, to exceed, go beyond, to rise above, or to transcend.

Once in a Lifetime

China yī qī yī huì
Japan ichigoichie
Once in a Lifetime

This Japanese title can be translated as "for this time only," "chance meeting," "one meeting, one opportunity," "never again," or "one chance in a lifetime."

The characters literally mean "one time one meeting" - of course, the Kanji characters have meaning far beyond a direct translation like this.

Some might use this proverb to talk of an opportunity that presents itself just once in your life. It could also be the single chance-meeting with your true soul mate. Basically an expression for any event that might happen once in a lifetime.


This is primarily a Japanese title, however, there is also a Traditional Chinese (and old Korean) version of this proverb. Just the last character is different.
會The traditional form was used in Japan before WWII and in Korea prior to 1900. This title is somewhat known in China.

If you want the older traditional form, just click on the character to the right.

Tranquility Yields Transcendence

China níng jìng zhì yuǎn
Tranquility Yields Transcendence

寧靜致遠 is an ancient Chinese idiom which means "tranquility yields transcendence."

This suggests pursuing a quiet life of profound study.

The first two characters mean tranquility. The last two characters mean "go far" which suggests achieving much in your life or expanding beyond normal limits. The direct translation would read something like, "[With] tranquility [in your life, you'll] go far."

Compare this to the English idiom: Still waters run deep.


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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

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Mandarin/ yu2
Taiwan
Japanese yu
Tranquility Yields Transcendence
Chinese to exceed; to go beyond; to transcend; to cross over; to jump over
To pass over, exceed.

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Mandarin chū / chu1
Taiwan ch`u / chu
Japanese de / で    shutsu / しゅつ
Chinese to go out; to come out; to occur; to produce; to go beyond; to rise; to put forth; to happen; classifier for dramas, plays, operas etc
Japanese (n,n-suf) (1) coming out; going out; outflow; efflux; rising (of the sun or moon); (2) attending (work); appearing (on stage); one's turn to go on; (3) start; beginning; (4) origins; background; person (or item) originating from ...; graduate of ...; native of ...; member of ... (lineage); (5) architectural member that projects outward; (6) highest point of the stern of a ship; (7) (kana only) (usu. after the -masu stem of a verb as 〜出がある or 〜出がない, etc.) amount (comprising something); amount of time or effort required to do something; (1) coming out; emerging; (2) being born into (a certain family); being a native of (a particular place); (surname) De; (surname) Takade; (given name) Suguru; (surname) Sakide; (surname) Idezaki; (surname) Idesaki; (female given name) Idzuru; (personal name) Itaru; (surname, female given name) Izuru; (surname) Izuzaki; (surname) Izusaki; (surname) Izaki
To go out, come forth, put forth; exit; beyond; to emerge

出乎

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Mandarin chū hū / chu1 hu1
Taiwan ch`u hu / chu hu
Chinese due to; to stem from; to go beyond (also fig. beyond reason, expectations etc); to go against (expectations)

超過


超过

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Mandarin chāo guò / chao1 guo4
Taiwan ch`ao kuo / chao kuo
Japanese chouka / choka / ちょうか
Chinese to surpass; to exceed; to outstrip
Japanese (noun/participle) excess; being more than
samatikram, to go beyond, cross over, transgress; to exceed

越權

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Mandarin yuè quán / yue4 quan2
Taiwan yüeh ch`üan / yüeh chüan
Chinese to go beyond one's authority; arrogation

越職

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Mandarin yuè zhí / yue4 zhi2
Taiwan yüeh chih
Chinese to exceed one's authority; to go beyond the bounds of one's job

過ぐ

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Japanese sugu / すぐ Japanese (v2g-k,vi) (1) (archaism) (See 過ぎる・すぎる・1) to pass through; to pass by; to go beyond; (2) (archaism) (See 過ぎる・すぎる・2) to pass (i.e. of time); to elapse; (3) (archaism) (See 過ぎる・すぎる・3) to have expired; to have ended; to be over; (4) (archaism) (See 過ぎる・すぎる・4) to exceed; to surpass; to be above

出世間


出世间

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Mandarin chū shì jiān / chu1 shi4 jian1
Taiwan ch`u shih chien / chu shih chien
Japanese shusseken / しゅっせけん
Japanese monastic life
To go out of the world; the world (or life) beyond this; the supra-mundane; the spiritual world; supramundane

過ぎる

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Japanese sugiru / すぎる Japanese (v1,vi) (1) to pass through; to pass by; to go beyond; (2) to pass (i.e. of time); to elapse; (3) to have expired; to have ended; to be over; (4) to exceed; to surpass; to be above; (5) (as 〜に過ぎない, etc.) to be no more than ...; (v1,vi,suf) (6) (kana only) (often used after adjective stems or the -masu stems of verbs) to be excessive; to be too much; to be too ...

はみ出す

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Japanese hamidasu / はみだす Japanese (v5s,vi) to protrude; to stick out; to hang out; to jut out; to bulge out; to overflow; to be forced out; to be crowded out; to be pushed out; to exceed; to go over; to go beyond

推陳佈新


推陈布新

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Mandarin tuī chén bù xīn / tui1 chen2 bu4 xin1
Taiwan t`ui ch`en pu hsin / tui chen pu hsin
Chinese to push out the old and bring in the new (idiom); to innovate; to go beyond old ideas; advancing all the time

無路可逃

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Mandarin wú lù kě táo / wu2 lu4 ke3 tao2
Taiwan wu lu k`o t`ao / wu lu ko tao
Chinese no way out; nowhere to go; trapped beyond hope of rescue; painted into a corner

超過限度

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Mandarin chāo guò xiàn dù / chao1 guo4 xian4 du4
Taiwan ch`ao kuo hsien tu / chao kuo hsien tu
Chinese to exceed; to go beyond; to overstep the limit

越俎代庖

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Mandarin yuè zǔ dài páo / yue4 zu3 dai4 pao2
Taiwan yüeh tsu tai p`ao / yüeh tsu tai pao
Chinese lit. to go beyond the sacrificial altar and take over the kitchen (idiom); fig. to exceed one's place and meddle in other people's affairs; to take matters into one's own hands

通りこす

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Japanese toorikosu / とおりこす Japanese (v5s,vi) to go past (a place or thing); to go beyond

通り超す

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Japanese toorikosu / とおりこす Japanese (irregular kanji usage) (v5s,vi) to go past (a place or thing); to go beyond

通り越す

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Japanese toorikosu / とおりこす Japanese (v5s,vi) to go past (a place or thing); to go beyond

食み出す

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Japanese hamidasu / はみだす Japanese (v5s,vi) to protrude; to stick out; to hang out; to jut out; to bulge out; to overflow; to be forced out; to be crowded out; to be pushed out; to exceed; to go over; to go beyond

限度を超える

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Japanese gendookoeru / げんどをこえる Japanese (exp,v1) to go beyond the limit; to pass the limit

不敢越雷池一步

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Mandarin bù gǎn yuè léi chí yī bù / bu4 gan3 yue4 lei2 chi2 yi1 bu4
Taiwan pu kan yüeh lei ch`ih i pu / pu kan yüeh lei chih i pu
Chinese dare not go one step beyond the prescribed limit

理解の範疇を超える

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Japanese rikainohanchuuokoeru / rikainohanchuokoeru / りかいのはんちゅうをこえる Japanese (exp,v1) to go over one's head; to be beyond one's comprehension

好事不出門,惡事傳千里


好事不出门,恶事传千里

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Mandarin hǎo shì bù chū mén , è shì chuán qiān lǐ / hao3 shi4 bu4 chu1 men2 , e4 shi4 chuan2 qian1 li3
Taiwan hao shih pu ch`u men , o shih ch`uan ch`ien li / hao shih pu chu men , o shih chuan chien li
Chinese lit. good deeds do not go beyond the door, evil deeds spread a thousand miles; a good deed goes unnoticed, but scandal spreads fast (idiom)

食み出す(P);はみ出す

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Japanese hamidasu / はみだす Japanese (v5s,vi) to protrude; to stick out; to hang out; to jut out; to bulge out; to overflow; to be forced out; to be crowded out; to be pushed out; to exceed; to go over; to go beyond

通り越す;通りこす;通り超す(iK)

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Japanese toorikosu / とおりこす Japanese (v5s,vi) to go past (a place or thing); to go beyond

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Beyond
Exceed
Surpass
yuyú / yu2 / yu
Overcome
Surpass
Rise Above
超越chou etsu / chouetsu / cho etsu / choetsuchāo yuè / chao1 yue4 / chao yue / chaoyuech`ao yüeh / chaoyüeh / chao yüeh
Once in a Lifetime一期一會
一期一会
ichigoichieyī qī yī huì
yi1 qi1 yi1 hui4
yi qi yi hui
yiqiyihui
i ch`i i hui
ichiihui
i chi i hui
Tranquility Yields Transcendence寧靜致遠
宁静致远
níng jìng zhì yuǎn
ning2 jing4 zhi4 yuan3
ning jing zhi yuan
ningjingzhiyuan
ning ching chih yüan
ningchingchihyüan
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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