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Sanmaju

sàn mǎ xiū niú

Idiom explanation

"Book Wucheng": "The horse belongs to the sun of Huashan, and the cattle are placed in the field of Taolin, showing the world's service." The collection of Cai Shen quoted "Book of Music": "Wu Wang wins business, crosses the river and goes west, Ma San's Huashan is the sun and resurrected, and Niu Fang's peach forest is revived and revived". Later called the unreliable fighting "Sanmaxiuiu."

Idiom source

"Book Wucheng": "Become a horse in the mountains of Huashan, put cattle in the wild of Taolin, showing the world's service." The collection of Cai Shen quoted "Book of Music": "Wu Wang wins business, crosses the river and goes west, Ma San's Huashan is the sun and resurrected, and Niu Fang's peach forest is revived and revived".

Idioms Traditional

Sanmaju
Idioms smxn
Idiom phonetic ㄙ ㄢ ˋ ㄇ ㄚ ˇ ㄒ ㄧ ㄨ ㄋ ㄧ ㄨ ˊ
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Predicate, attributive, object; used after the war
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom

Synonyms

Ma Fang Nanshan , swords and guns in the warehouse , horses and cattle

Antonym

Poor soldiers
Idiom example Southern Xu · Chen Xuling's "Answers to Zhou's Commentaries and Parents' Books for Master Zhu": "Although Ge Zhu was destroyed, he did not intend to be the emperor.
Idiom story
In the last years of the Shang dynasty, the king of Shang Yang was inexorable, and the people complained. King Zhou Wu led a large army to surround Shang, and King Shang Ye went to Lutai and set himself on fire. King Zhou Wu established the Zhou Dynasty, set the capital to pick the capital, sent soldiers home for agricultural production, and returned all the cattle and horses requisitioned, so that the people of the country could live and work in peace and contentment.


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