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reap what you have sown

to win or lose as a result of something you did in the past
Translations of “reap what you have sown”
in Chinese (Traditional) 種瓜得瓜,種豆得豆, 善有善報,惡有惡報…
in Chinese (Simplified) 种瓜得瓜,种豆得豆, 善有善报,恶有恶报…
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