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一山不容二虎

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Mandarin

Etymology

Literally: One mountain cannot abide two tigers.

Proverb

一山不容二虎 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin yī shān bù róng èr hǔ)

  1. There can only be one alpha male.
  2. This town isn't big enough for the two of us.

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