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yǔ zhòng xīn cháng Long pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Heavy: Solemn. Sincere words are sincere; weighty; deep-rooted.

Idiom source

"The Heroes of the Kingdom of the Seas" by Qing Luo, "Return to Tang": "Sigh, parting from the hardships, and forget my mother's words ."

Idioms Traditional

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Idioms yzxc
Idiom phonetic ㄧ ㄩ ˇ ㄓ ㄨ ㄙ ˋ ㄒ ㄧ ㄣ ㄔ ㄤ ˊ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Idiom

Idiom usage

Combined; attributive, adverbial, object; meaning
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom
Idiom Heavy, cannot be read as "repeated" chónɡ; long cannot be read as "growth".
Idiom identification Long and cannot be written "often".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "bitter-hearted"; both mean "sincerely persuasion and education". But "bitter-heartedness" focuses on persuasion; it means "repeatedly, patiently". ~ Contains the meaning of "the words have weight and deep affection"; it is mostly used for teaching and guidance.

Synonyms

Close-minded and far-reaching

Antonym

Understatement
Idiom example His words of graveness deeply robbed my heart.
English translation talk in earnest
Japanese translation 言葉 (こ と ば) が ね ん ご ろ で 思 (お も) い や り が 深 (ふ か) い
Russian translation говорить от души <с чувством и веско скáзано>
other languages <German> gewichtige Worte und herzliches Wohlwollen <law>
Idiom riddle A word of meaning


Idiom Solitaire from the point of focus


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