English Sentence:

All roads lead to Rome.

Chinese Translation (Traditional):

條條大路通羅馬。

Chinese Translation (Simplified):

条条大路通罗马。

Pinyin:

tiao2 tiao2 da4 lu4 tong1 luo2 ma3.

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tiáo

1. (a measure word for long things, like road, river, fish, dogs, trousers) 2. strip, slip 3. item or article (of a document) 4. orderliness 5. (a measure word for something that can be listed item by item, reasons, messages, advices) 6. twig, branch

Here: long narrow strip or piece

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tiáo

1. (a measure word for long things, like road, river, fish, dogs, trousers) 2. strip, slip 3. item or article (of a document) 4. orderliness 5. (a measure word for something that can be listed item by item, reasons, messages, advices) 6. twig, branch

Here: long narrow strip or piece

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[polite] 1. big, great, large 2. major, main 3. oldest, eldest 4. (polite) your or your esteemed 5. age 6. in an extreme manner, greatly 7. short for university (used only in the abbreviation of the name) 8. mature, grown up 9. well-known, successful

Here: big, great, large

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road, way, path

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tōng

1. to go through, to lead to 2. to know well 3. to connect, to communicate 4. unobstructed, through 5. (a measure word for telephone calls) 6. common, whole

Here: to go through, to lead to

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羅馬   罗马

luó mǎ

1. Rome (capital of Italy) 2. Roman

Here: Rome (capital of Italy)

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