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人外有人,天外有天

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Mandarin

Etymology

Literally: There are people beyond (this) person, and skies beyond (this) sky.

Proverb

人外有人,天外有天 (traditional and simplified, Pinyin rén wài yǒu rén, tiān wài yǒu tiān)

  1. No matter how good you think you are, there is always someone out there that is better.

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