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Idiom explanation

Jin Jin: Strong interest. Fun Road: Happy to talk. Describe to talk about things that interest you.

Idiom source

Qing Qian Xuelun's "Yu Xin" Volume II: "Merry and good, evil and pity, all fake texts are persuasive and punishment, and the people of Yi are relishing ."

Idioms Traditional

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Idioms jjld
Idiom phonetic ㄐ ㄧ ㄣ ㄐ ㄧ ㄣ ㄌ ㄜ ˋ ㄉ ㄠ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Partially formal; used as predicate, attributive; describe endless interest in things
Idiom structure Partial idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom
Idiom Jin cannot be pronounced as "jūn"; music cannot be pronounced as "yuè".
Idiom identification Tianjin, cannot write "Jing".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "Jin Jinwei"; both mean "speaking with interest." But ~ focuses on talking; does not involve other; "Jin Jin Wei" refers to a wider range; not only talking; also involves watching, listening, and habits.

Synonyms

Enthusiastic , talkative , and happy

Antonym

Silent and indifferent
Idiom example For more than ten years, I have seen this painting in many publications, and it has been talked about by many people. (Qin Mu's "The Flavor of an Ancient Painting")
English translation talk with great relish
Japanese translation 津津 と し て 语 (か た) る
Russian translation с удовольствием говорить


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