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adj. unavoidable, inevitable, sure
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How does 必然 (bìrán) differ from 必须 (bìxū) in usage?
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必然 (bìrán) and 必须 (bìxū) both mean "unavoidable, inevitable, sure". However, 必然 (bìrán) is used to describe a situation that is naturally or logically certain, while 必须 (bìxū) is used to describe a situation that is required or necessary.
For example, 如果你想要成功，你必须努力工作 (rúguǒ nǐ xiǎng yào chénggōng, nǐ bìxū nǔlì gōngzuò) - "If you want to be successful, you must work hard". Here, 必须 (bìxū) is used to describe the requirement of hard work in order to be successful.
In contrast, 如果你努力工作，你必然会成功 (rúguǒ nǐ nǔlì gōngzuò, nǐ bìrán huì chénggōng) - "If you work hard, you will inevitably be successful". Here, 必然 (bìrán) is used to describe the logical certainty of success if hard work is put in.
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