前缀apo, 从, 从...离开，词源同ab-, 此处用于强调义。词根hor, 绑定，限制，见horizon, 视野，地平线。即规范言行的话语，最著名的当属aphorism of Hippocrates.
- aphorism: see horizon
- aphorism (n.)
- 1520s (especially in reference to the "Aphorisms of Hippocrates"), from Middle French aphorisme (14c., aufforisme), from Late Latin aphorismus, from Greek aphorismos "definition, pithy sentence," from aphorizein "to mark off, divide," from apo- "from" (see apo-) + horizein "to bound" (see horizon).
An aphorism is a short, pithy statement containing a truth of general import; an axiom is a statement of self-evident truth; a theorem is a demonstrable proposition in science or mathematics; an epigram is like an aphorism, but lacking in general import. Maxim and saying can be used as synonyms for aphorism.
- 1. Life is not composed by aphorism, how can we decorate it with pompous cliche & 1 & s? I send you my most sincere greeting in silence.
- 人生并非格言组成,岂能靠美丽的 辞章 来妆点, 默默中,有我对你最诚挚的祝福.
- 2. It is the aphorism of the Asian Games.
- 3. It is an old aphorism.
- 4. Probably the aphorism that there is no easy answer to what is very complex is true.
- 5. The Olympics has another aphorism, " the most important thing is to participate. "
- 奥运会还有一句格言: “ 重在参与 ”.
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