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Things go wrong

shì yú yuàn wéi Things go wrong

Idiom explanation

The truth is the opposite of desire. Refers to the failure to do what was originally intended.

Idiom source

The poem by You Jikang of the Three Kingdoms: "I am so angry, I have never been able to sigh. Things are contrary to my wishes, so I am drowned."

Idioms Traditional

Things go wrong
Idioms syyw
Idiom phonetic ㄕ ㄧ ˋ ㄧ ㄩ ˋ ㄧ ㄨ ㄢ ˋ ㄨ ㄟ ˊ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Derogatory idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate, attributive; with derogatory meaning
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom And, it cannot be pronounced as "yǔ" or "yù".
Idiom identification And, cannot be written "Yu".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "reverse" both mean "the result of the thing is opposite to the desire"; but ~ emphasizes the "contrary to wishes"; emphasizes people's feelings; and "reverse" emphasizes the "reverse"; emphasizes the opposite.

Synonyms

Disappointed and counterproductive

Antonym

Handy , everything works , as you wish
Idiom example Unexpectedly, things did not go as expected later, and now the situation is so small that entertainment is not open! (Mao Dun's "The Midnight" 16)
English translation be contrary to what one expects
Japanese translation 事 の な り ゆ き が 希望 (き ぼ う) 通 (ど お) り に な ら な い
Russian translation оракты идут вразрéз с желанием
other languages <德> die Dinge laufen nicht wunschgemǎβ <法> la réalité ne répond pas aux espérances
Idiom riddle To cover


Engaged against wishing to start idiom Solitaire


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