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English translation: Passed away

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Chinese term or phrase:Yun-ji
English translation:Passed away
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08:56 Sep 3, 2000
Chinese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Chinese term or phrase: Yun-ji
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Passed away
Explanation:
Old verbal Chinese in most respect way to term that the man has "died" or "passed away". Specially for monk or nun we use this term. The correct Chinese pronunciation is "Yuan JI"

Best, Yao
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Passed away


Explanation:
Old verbal Chinese in most respect way to term that the man has "died" or "passed away". Specially for monk or nun we use this term. The correct Chinese pronunciation is "Yuan JI"

Best, Yao

Shalom
China
Local time: 00:53
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