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Glass of water

bēi shuǐ lì sù Cup of water

Idiom explanation

A glass of water, a millet. Refers to a very small amount of diet.

Idiom source

Song Hongmai's "Yi Jian Bingzhi Zhang Gong Yu Xian": "Although the moon is over ten days, there is no need for a cup of water . I like to drink alcohol and write poems, and the color is strong.

Idioms Traditional

Glass of water
Idioms bsls
Idiom phonetic ㄅ ㄟ ㄕ ㄨ ㄟ ˇ ㄌ ㄧ ˋ ㄙ ㄨ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Subject, object, attributive; refers to a very small amount of diet
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom

Antonym

Mountain and sea food , eat and drink
English translation a cup of water and a grain of millet-eatvery little


Idiom Solitaire from the glass of water


悲声载道 下一个成语: 杯水舆薪 The last idiom: sadly said the next idiom: a glass of water


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