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Looking through Qiushui

wàng chuān qiū shuǐ Wang Chuanqiu pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Penetrating through the eyes. Describe the degree of hope. Qiushui: The metaphor is that people's eyes are as crystal clear as Qiushui.

Idiom source

The second and third folds of the third book of The West Chamber by Yuan Shifu: "If you don't go, look through his autumn and sorrows and harm his faint spring mountains."

Idioms Traditional

Wang Chuan Shui
Idioms wcqs
Idiom phonetic ㄨ ㄤ ˋ ㄔ ㄨ ㄢ ㄑ ㄧ ㄡ ㄕ ㄨ ㄟ ˇ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Verb-object; Predicate, Object, Attributive; Describe the ardent hope for relatives and friends in the distance
Idiom structure Verb-idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Wear, cannot be pronounced "cuān".
Idiom identification Wear and cannot write "string".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "looking through the eyes" both describe eager hope; sometimes universal. But ~ is often used to describe the hope of relatives and friends in the distance; the application of "looking through the eyes" is wider; it can be used to hope for relatives and friends; it can also be used for people or other things in hope of rescue.

Synonyms

Eager to wear
Idiom example Listen to the sound of bananas for a while under the drizzle, where can I free my teeth? Looking through Qiushui , seeing him returning home, tears like numbness. (Qing Pu Songling's "Liao Zhai Zhi Yi Feng Yang Scholars")
English translation gaze with eager expectation
Japanese translation 极 め て 待 (ま) ち 焦 (こ が) れ る こ と
Russian translation просмотреть все глаза <ждать с нетерпением>


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