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suddenly see the light

huò rán kāi lǎng Suddenly cheerful pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Suddenly: open and bright; cheerful: the place is open; light and bright. The finger suddenly appeared an open and bright realm. I also described that I suddenly knew something; I felt very comfortable.

Idiom source

Jin Taoqian's "The Story of Peach Blossom": "Because of the narrowness of the beginning, people can only pass through. After repeating dozens of steps, they suddenly became cheerful."

Idioms Traditional

suddenly see the light
Idioms hrkl
Idiom phonetic ㄏ ㄨ ㄛ ˋ ㄖ ㄢ ˊ ㄎ ㄞ ㄌ ㄤ ˇ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Partial formal; predicate, object, attributive; metaphor suddenly realized a truth
Idiom structure Partial idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom It cannot be pronounced "hè".
Idiom identification You can't write "Fu"; Lang, you can't write "Lang".
Analysis of Idioms See "Sudden Enlightenment" (p. 433).

Synonyms

Suddenly through

Antonym

Puzzled , confused
Idiom example Baoyu laughed suddenly and cheerfully: "It's very, very. (Qing Cao Xueqin's" A Dream of Red Mansions "91st)
English translation be suddenly enlightened
Japanese translation 眼界 (が ん か い) か つ ぜ ん と し て 开 (ひ ら) く
Russian translation срáзу всё понять
other languages <德> jm geht plǒtzlich ein Licht auf <pl <tzlich zur Einsicht kommen> <法> s'éclaircir soudain (sur un question) <comprendre subitement>
Idiom riddle Dawu; Liu An Hua Ming You Yi Village
Idiom story
During the Jin dynasty, Tao Yuanming could not see the insinuations of officialdom, and resolutely refused to retreat for the five meters and resigned. He envisioned a peaceful world with no class and no exploitation in "The Story of Peach Blossom": "The mountains have small mouths, as if there is light. They lay down the boat and enter from the mouth. They are extremely narrow at the beginning, and pass through. Suddenly cheerful . "


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