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Share common ground

xiū qī yǔ gòng Hugh Qi and common pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Blessings and misfortunes are shared by all. Hugh: Blessing; Joy; Qi: Sorrow. Describe the close relationship;

Idiom source

Ming and Qu Gongmei's "History of Heavenly South": "The minister and the emperor go with each other.

Idioms Traditional

Share common ground
Idioms xqyg
Idiom phonetic ㄒ ㄧ ㄨ ㄑ ㄧ ㄧ ㄩ ˇ ㄍ ㄨ ㄙ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate and attributive meaning
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom And, it cannot be pronounced as "yú" or "yù".
Idiom identification Hugh, can't write "Cultivation".
Analysis of Idioms See "Relevant" (p. 1093).

Synonyms

Share the same difficulties , help each other , share the same difficulties

Antonym

No common wear , no irritation , no irrelevance
Idiom example We are good classmates.
English translation share sb.'s joys and sorrows
Russian translation делить радости и печали <быть кровно и тесно связанными>
other languages <德> mit jm Freud und Leid teilen
Idiom riddle Holiday with loved ones


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