|having lived through many changes||飽經滄桑 [bao3 jing1 cang1 sang1]|
|having lived through many changes||饱经沧桑 [bao3 jing1 cang1 sang1]|
|Great East Asia co-prosperity sphere, Japanese wartime slogan for their short-lived Pacific Empire, first enunciated by Prime Minister Prince KONOE Fumimaro 近衛文麿|近卫文麿 in 1938||大东亚共荣圈 [Da4 Dong1 Ya4 gong4 rong2 quan1]|
|Great East Asia co-prosperity sphere, Japanese wartime slogan for their short-lived Pacific Empire, first enunciated by Prime Minister Prince KONOE Fumimaro 近衛文麿|近卫文麿 in 1938||大東亞共榮圈 [Da4 Dong1 Ya4 gong4 rong2 quan1]|
|grotto where a genie or fairy lived in ancient time||仙洞|
|I have lived in vain for 60 years. (conventional way of stating one's age)||虛度六十歲|
|legendary official in the reign of Emperor Yao (2356 B.C.) who was said to have lived 800 years||彭祖|
|lit. short-lived cicada does not know the seasons; fig. to see only a small piece of the big picture||蟪蛄不知春秋 [hui4 gu1 bu4 zhi1 chun1 qiu1]|
|lived in exile||流居 [liu2 ju1]|
|lived to the advanced age of ninety||活到九十的高齡|
|long life, long lived||長命 ,長壽|
|longevity, ability to live long, long lived||長壽 [chang2 shou4]|
|longevity, ability to live long, long lived||长寿 [chang2 shou4]|
|short lived, die young||夭亡 ,夭折|
|short-lived, die young||短命|
|short-lived, die young, wicked||夭壽 ,短命 ,缺德|
|short-lived, die young, wicked||那個人很缺德。|
|Taiwanese who has lived in mainland for a long time||住過內地的臺灣人|
|William A.P. Martin (1827-1916), American missionary who lived 62 years in China between 1850 and 1916, and helped found many Chinese colleges; the first president of Beijing university||丁韙良 [Ding1 Wei3 liang2]|
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