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do not, must not
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traditional Chinese text:

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The meanings in Chinese:

do not

must not

related keywords:
do not
must

pronunciation: wu~4

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recommended words or phrases:

never forget, do not forget
never forget
do not forget

Do Not Forget Me, forget-me-not
Do Not Forget Me
forget-me-not

Please do not
Please do not

No Smoking, Please do not smoke
No Smoking
Please do not smoke

Do Not Disturb, Please do not disturb
Do Not Disturb
Please do not disturb

treat people with empathy, Threat others as you would like to be treated, Do unto others as you would have them do undo you
treat people with empathy
Threat others as you would like to be treated.
Do unto others as you would have them do undo you.
(literally translated motto from Confucius)

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