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[ひゃく()·ぶん()··いっ()·けん()····]
hyakubunhaikkennishikazu
expression

Alternate Written Forms:

[ひゃく()·ぶん()··いっ()·けん()··()··]
hyakubunhaikkennishikazu

Root Words:

[ひゃく()·ぶん() + は + いっ()·けん() + に + ()··]
hyakubun + ha + ikken + ni + shikazu

English Meaning(s) for 百聞は一見にしかず

expression
  1. seeing is believing; one eye-witness is better than many hearsays; a picture is worth a thousand words

Meanings for each kanji in 百聞は一見にしかず

hundred Kanji Details »
hear; ask; listen Kanji Details »
one; one radical (no.1) Kanji Details »
see; hopes; chances; idea; opinion; look at; visible Kanji Details »

Sample Sentences for 百聞は一見にしかず

To see is to believe.

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