Chinese symbols/words listed alphabetically

Having no desire is firm and uncompromising

Chinese text: 無欲則剛

The meanings in Chinese:

Having no desire is firm and uncompromising.

One can be strong if he has no selfish desires.

combination of characters:

no, without

pronunciation:
wu~2


desire

pronunciation:
yu~4


then, thus

pronunciation:
zer~2


tough, unyielding

pronunciation:
gang~1

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related keywords:
strong
firm
desire


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