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tiān cháng dì jiǔ
phr. as long as the world last, everlasting and unchanging
Discussion of 天长地久/天長地久
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How is "天长地久" (tiānchángdìjiǔ) used in everyday language?
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"天长地久" (tiānchángdìjiǔ) is often used to express the idea of a long-lasting and unchanging relationship. It is often used to describe the bond between two people, such as a couple, or between two families. It is also used to express the idea of a bond that will last forever, such as a friendship or a bond between two countries. It is sometimes used to contrast with other phrases that express the idea of something that is fleeting or temporary, such as "一见钟情" (yījiànzhōngqíng, "love at first sight").
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