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Release / Let Go

China fàng
Japan hana / pang
Release / Let Go Vertical Wall Scroll

放 means to release, to free, to let go, to let out, to set off (fireworks).

In Japanese, this can also be a place called Hanashi

放 is also used in the context of Buddhism.

In Buddhism, this can represent the release of desire, materialism, suffering, or mortality.

Let It Be

China suàn le
Let It Be Vertical Wall Scroll

This Chinese word means, "let it be," "let it pass," "let it go," or "forget about it."

Let It Be / Be Relieved

Japan mayu o hira ku
Let It Be / Be Relieved Vertical Wall Scroll

眉を開く is a Japanese proverb and expression that means, "to feel relieved," "to forget about one's troubles," or "to settle into peace of mind."

The literal words suggest relaxing your eyebrows or face. Allow worry or concern to go away, and just be content "letting it be."

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Forgive and Forget

China lüè è jì yuán qíng
Forgive and Forget Vertical Wall Scroll

This Chinese proverb means, "to overlook past faults," or "forgive and forget."

It's more literally, "Abridge or make small the scars from your past emotions." Basically, you should let it go.

The character breakdown:
略 (lüè) abbreviation; omission; abridge.
跡 (jī) ruins; scar; traces.
原 (yuán) former.
情 (qíng) feeling; emotion.

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Mandarin fàng / fang4
Taiwan fang
Japanese hanashi / はなし
Forgive and Forget Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese to put; to place; to release; to free; to let go; to let out; to set off (fireworks)
Japanese (place-name) Hanashi
To let go, release, send out; put, place; to release

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Mandarin xià / xia4
Taiwan hsia
Japanese shimo / しも    shita / した    ge / げ    ka / か
Chinese down; downwards; below; lower; later; next (week etc); second (of two parts); to decline; to go down; to arrive at (a decision, conclusion etc); measure word to show the frequency of an action
Japanese (1) (ant: 上・かみ・1) lower reaches (of a river); (2) bottom; lower part; (3) lower half (of the body, esp. the privates); feces (faeces); urine; menses; (4) end; far from the imperial palace (i.e. far from Kyoto, esp. of western Japan); (can be adjective with の) (5) dirty (e.g. dirty jokes, etc.); (1) below; down; under; younger (e.g. daughter); (2) bottom; (3) beneath; underneath; (4) (as 下から, 下より, etc.) just after; right after; (noun - becomes adjective with の) (5) inferiority; one's inferior (i.e. one's junior); (6) (See 下取り) trade-in; (prefix noun) (7) (See 下準備) preliminary; preparatory; (1) lowness (of degree, value, etc.); inferiority; (2) (See 下巻) (ant: 上・じょう・3) second volume (of two); third volume (of three); (suf,adj-no) under (being in said condition or environment); (place-name, surname) Shimo; (surname) Shita; (surname) Sagari; (place-name) Geno; (surname) Kudari
hīna, adhara. Below, lower, inferior, low; to descend, let down, put down; lesser

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Mandarin pīng / ping1
Taiwan p`ing / ping
Chinese to send; to let go

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Mandarin sǎ // sā / sa3 // sa1
Taiwan sa
Japanese san
Chinese to scatter; to sprinkle; to spill; to let go; to cast; to let loose; to discharge; to give expression to
To scatter, set loose, sow.

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Mandarin shāo / shao1
Taiwan shao
Japanese shō
Chinese to burn; to cook; to stew; to bake; to roast; to heat; to boil (tea, water etc); fever; to run a temperature; (coll.) to let things go to one's head
To burn.

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Mandarin tuō / tuo1
Taiwan t`o / to
Japanese datsu
Chinese to shed; to take off; to escape; to get away from
To take the flesh from the bones; to strip, undress, doff; to escape, avoid; let go, relinquish; release

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Mandarin shě // shè / she3 // she4
Taiwan she
Japanese sha
Chinese residence; old variant of 捨|舍[she3]; surname She
A shelter, cottage; used as a term of humility for "my"; to lodge; let go, relinquish.

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Mandarin jiè // jiě // xiè / jie4 // jie3 // xie4
Taiwan chieh // hsieh
Japanese kai / かい
Chinese acrobatic display (esp. on horseback) (old); variant of 懈[xie4] and 邂[xie4] (old); to transport under guard; to divide; to break up; to split; to separate; to dissolve; to solve; to melt; to remove; to untie; to loosen; to open; to emancipate; to explain; to understand; to know; a solution; a dissection; surname Xie
Japanese solution (of equation); (surname) Shie; (given name) Satoru; (surname, given name) Kai
To unloose, let go, release, untie, disentangle, explain, expound; intp. by mokṣa, mukti, vimokṣa, vimukti, cf. 解脫.


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Japanese saa / sa / さあ Japanese (conj,int) (1) come; come now; come along; go on; hurry up; (2) well; who knows; I don't know...; uh; hmm; (3) (said when surprised or happy) well now; let's see; there we go; all right; (4) about that; you see


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Japanese kudasu / くだす    orosu / おろす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to make a decision; to draw a conclusion; (2) to judge; to hand down a verdict; to pass sentence; (3) to let go down; to lower; (4) to do oneself; to do by oneself; (5) to beat; to defeat; (6) to have loose bowels; to have diarrhea; to pass excrement; (irregular okurigana usage) (transitive verb) (1) to take down (e.g. flag); to launch (e.g. boat); to drop; to lower (e.g. ladder); to let (a person) off; to unload; to discharge; (2) to drop off (a passenger from a vehicle); to let (a person) off; (3) to withdraw money from an account; (4) to wear (clothing) for the first time; (5) to fillet (e.g. a fish)


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Mandarin bù yī / bu4 yi1
Taiwan pu i
Japanese fue
Chinese not to comply; not to go along with; not to let off easily; not to let sb get away with it
not relying



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Mandarin bù wèn / bu4 wen4
Taiwan pu wen
Japanese fumon / ふもん
Chinese to pay no attention to; to disregard; to ignore; to let go unpunished; to let off
Japanese (n,n-suf) (See 不問に付する・ふもんにふする,不問に付す・ふもんにふす) not asking (about); letting go unquestioned; disregarding; ignoring; overlooking



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Mandarin bù shě / bu4 she3
Taiwan pu she
Japanese fusha
Chinese reluctant to part with (something or sb); unwilling to let go of
not rejecting


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Mandarin rèn qíng / ren4 qing2
Taiwan jen ch`ing / jen ching
Chinese to let oneself go; to do as much as one pleases


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Japanese kiru / きる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to cut; to cut through; to perform (surgery); (2) (See 縁を切る) to sever (connections, ties); (3) to turn off (e.g. the light); (4) (See 電話を切る) to terminate (e.g. a conversation); to hang up (the phone); to disconnect; (5) to punch (a ticket); to tear off (a stub); (6) to open (something sealed); (7) to start; (8) to set (a limit); to do (something) in less or within a certain time; to issue (stamps, vouchers, etc.); (9) (See 値切る) to reduce; to decrease; to discount; (10) to shake off (water, etc.); to let drip-dry; to let drain; (11) to cross; to traverse; (12) to criticize sharply; (13) to act decisively; to do (something noticeable); to go first; to make (certain facial expressions, in kabuki); (14) to turn (a vehicle); (15) to curl (a ball); to bend; to cut; (16) to shuffle (cards); (17) {mahj} to discard a tile; (18) to dismiss; to sack; to let go; to expulse; to excommunicate; (19) to dig (a groove); to cut (a stencil, on a mimeograph); (20) (See 切り札・1) to trump; (21) to cut (the connection between two groups) (in go); (22) (also written as 鑽る) to start a fire (with wood-wood friction or by striking a metal against stone); (23) to draw (a shape) in the air (with a sword, etc.); (aux-v,v5r) (24) (after the -masu stem of a verb) (See 疲れきる) to finish; to complete


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Japanese toosu / とおす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to stick through; to force through; (2) to spread throughout; to thoroughly diffuse; (3) to make a path between two points; (4) to proceed in a logical manner; (5) to let pass; to allow through; (6) to lead (someone) into (a house, room, etc.); to show in; (7) to go through (a middleman); (8) to (look, listen) through (a window, wall, etc.); (9) to pass (a law, applicant, etc.); (10) to force to accept; to force agreement; (11) to continue (in a state); to persist in; (12) to do to the entirety of; to cover all of; to span the whole ...; (13) to do from beginning to end without a break; (14) to convey (one's ideas, etc.) to the other party; (15) to do to the end; to carry through; to complete


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Japanese nuku / ぬく Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to pull out; to draw out; to extract; to unplug; to weed; (2) to omit; to leave out; to go without; to skip; (aux-v,v5k) (3) to do to the end; to carry through; (transitive verb) (4) to let out (e.g. air from a tyre); to drain (e.g. water from a bath); to empty; (5) to pick out; to choose; to select; to extract; (6) to pilfer; to steal; (7) to remove; to get rid of; to take out; (8) to pass; to overtake; to outstrip; to get ahead of; (9) (also written 貫く) to pierce; to break through; to go through; (10) to cut out (a shape); to create (a pattern) by dying the surrounding area; (11) to seize; to capture; to reduce; (12) to scoop (a story); (13) to take out (an opponent's stones; in go); (Godan verb with "ku" ending) (14) (slang) (vulgar) to masturbate (of a male); to ejaculate (while masturbating); (15) (slang) to take (a photo); to record (video)


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Mandarin lā dǎo / la1 dao3
Taiwan la tao
Chinese to pull down; (coll.) to let it go; to drop it


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Mandarin sā shǒu / sa1 shou3
Taiwan sa shou
Chinese to let go of something; to give up


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Japanese hanasu / はなす Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to release; to let go; to free; to set free; to let loose; to turn loose; (2) to add (pieces of eggplant, potato, etc.) to water, broth, etc.


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Mandarin fàng xià / fang4 xia4
Taiwan fang hsia
Japanese houka;houge / hoka;hoge / ほうか;ほうげ
Chinese to lay down; to put down; to let go of; to relinquish; to set aside; to lower (the blinds etc)
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) (archaism) {Buddh} discarding; abandoning; (2) (ほうか only) variety of street performance from the Middle Ages; (3) (ほうげ only) casting off one's attachments (in Zen)
To put down, let down, lay down; to cast off


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Mandarin fàng shǒu / fang4 shou3
Taiwan fang shou
Chinese to let go one's hold; to give up; to have a free hand



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Mandarin fàng kāi / fang4 kai1
Taiwan fang k`ai / fang kai
Chinese to let go; to release


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Mandarin zhū shǒu / zhu1 shou3
Taiwan chu shou
Chinese to stick to something stubbornly; never let go


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Mandarin liú xià / liu2 xia4
Taiwan liu hsia
Chinese to leave behind; to stay behind; to remain; to keep; not to let (sb) go



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Mandarin jǐn wò / jin3 wo4
Taiwan chin wo
Chinese to hold firmly, not let go


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Japanese yurumu / ゆるむ Japanese (v5m,vi) (1) to become loose; to slacken (e.g. rope); (2) to become less tense; to relax; to let one's guard down; (3) to slacken (e.g. coldness, supervision); to become lax; (4) to become softer (e.g. ground, facial expression); (of ice) to partially melt; (5) to decrease (e.g. speed); (6) (of a market price) to go down slightly



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Mandarin bà xiū / ba4 xiu1
Taiwan pa hsiu
Chinese to give up; to abandon (a goal etc); to let something go; forget it; let the matter drop



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Mandarin huāng qì / huang1 qi4
Taiwan huang ch`i / huang chi
Chinese to abandon; to let go to waste


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Japanese yaru / やる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) (kana only) (colloquialism) to do; to undertake; to perform; to play (a game); to study; (2) (kana only) to send; to dispatch; to despatch; (3) (kana only) to put; to move; to turn (one's head, glance, etc.); (4) (kana only) to give (esp. to someone of equal or lower status); to let have; to present; to bestow; to confer; (5) (kana only) to make (a vehicle) go faster; (6) (kana only) to run (a business); to keep; to be engaged in; to practice (law, medicine, etc.); to practise; (7) (kana only) to have (food, drink, etc.); to eat; to drink; to smoke; (8) (kana only) to hold (a performance); to perform; to show; (9) (kana only) to ease (one's mind); (10) (colloquialism) (kana only) to harm; to injure; to kill; (11) (kana only) (slang) to have sex with; (v5r,vi) (12) (kana only) to live; to get by; to get along; (suf,v5r) (13) (kana only) to do ... completely; (14) (kana only) to do ... broadly; to do ... to a great distance; (aux-v,v5r) (15) (kana only) to do ... for (someone of equal or lower status); to do ... to (sometimes with negative nuance); (16) (kana only) to make active efforts to ...

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Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Let Go
hana / pangfàng / fang4 / fang
Let It Be算了suàn le / suan4 le5 / suan le / suanle
Let It Be
Be Relieved
眉を開くmayu o hira ku
Forgive and Forget略跡原情
lüè è jì yuán qíng
lve4 e4 ji4 yuan2 qing2
lve e ji yuan qing
o chi yüan ch`ing
o chi yüan ching
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