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Immutable

yī chéng bù biàn Fixed pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Success: Develop; Formation. Once formed; never change. Refers to keeping the old or staying old.

Idiom source

Western Han Dai Sheng's "Book of Rites King": "Punisher, Ye Ye. Hey, Cheng Ye, 10% immutable, so gentlemen do their best.

Idioms Traditional

Immutable
Idioms ycbb
Idiom phonetic ㄧ ㄔ ㄥ ˊ ㄅ ㄨ ˋ ㄅ ㄧ ㄢ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Joint; predicate; derogatory
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom First, it cannot be pronounced as "yì".
Idiom identification You cannot write "sincere".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "intact"; both mean "no change at all". The difference is: ① ~ focus on the things themselves have not changed. It often means that people cannot observe things from the perspective of development and movement; "intact" focuses on the fact that outside forces have not changed things. Mostly it means that external forces take actions to keep things intact. ② ~ are mostly used for negative sentences; rarely used for positive sentences; "intact" often appears in both positive and negative sentences. "Intact" can be described as copying; not changing according to the actual situation;

Synonyms

Intact

Antonym

Ever-changing , ever-changing , unpredictable
Idiom example Things are developing, and there is no one thing in the world.
English translation fixed and unchangeable
Russian translation верный и неизменный постоянный <косный>
other languages <德> unverǎnderlich bleiben <法> immutable <irrévocable>
Idiom riddle Out of ten


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