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It comes from classical Chinese, so the meanings and the grammatical structures are different from contemporary Chinese. In this phrase, "有":be,have "过":be superior to "之": that “而”:and "无": nothing "不及": be inferior to


有过之 - possibly be superior 而 - and 无不及 - (certainly) not be inferior = (at least) equal 有过之而无不及 = at or above a certain level Example: 泰森的名氣比阿里的有过之而无不及 - Tyson's fame is comparable to Ali's and possibly greater


means totally better than you. 只能比你好,没有比你差 不管怎么比,都是如此。

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