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Accept the Situation and Move On

China xiǎng kāi
Accept the Situation and Move On

想開 is a Chinese title that can be translated as "move on."

It can mean to get over a shock or bereavement. More often, it means to avoid dwelling on unpleasant things, or to accept the situation and move on. Basically, it's a suggestion to get over it and get on with life.

The literal meaning of the characters is something like "thoughts opening." But it's understood more as getting over the same old thoughts, and opening yourself up to new thoughts or ways of thinking.


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Characters

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Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

想開


想开

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Mandarin xiǎng kāi / xiang3 kai1
Taiwan hsiang k`ai / hsiang kai
Chinese to get over (a shock, bereavement etc); to avoid dwelling on unpleasant things; to accept the situation and move on
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Accept the Situation and Move On

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Title CharactersVarious forms of Romanized Chinese
Accept the Situation and Move On想開
想开
xiǎng kāi
xiang3 kai1
xiang kai
xiangkai
hsiang k`ai
hsiangkai
hsiang kai
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