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Backwater battle

bèi shuǐ yī zhàn Pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Back: back to back; water: refers to rivers; back water: behind water; indicates no retreat. The original work "Backwater Array"; behind the river is placed in array; or under the cloth. Later referred to a desperate situation; a desperate battle for a way out.

Idiom source

Song Qinguan's "General": "Han Xin's attack on Zhao, Fei Suyi, also the doctor of warriors , captured Zhao Wangxie in a battle against the water , and cut it into Anjun.

Idioms Traditional

Backwater battle
Idioms bsyz
Idiom phonetic ㄅ ㄟ ˋ ㄕ ㄨ ㄟ ˇ ㄧ ㄓ ㄢ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Linkage; predicate, attributive; metaphor to fight the enemy in a difficult situation
Idiom structure Partial idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Back, it cannot be pronounced "bēi".
Idiom identification War, can not be written "stand".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "Breaking the Cauldron"; both have the meaning of "decisive battle". But "breaking the pot and sinking the boat" contains the meaning of "desperate; fight to the end"; ~ means "to fight to the end;

Synonyms

Breaking the pot , sinking the boat , borrowing one from the city , Jihe, Fuzhou

Antonym

Reorganization
Idiom example Our army made up its mind to fight back , and finally killed the enemies.
English translation be forced to stand an fight
Japanese translation 背 水 (は い す い) の 阵 を し い て 一 戦 を 艕 (ま じ) え る; finally の decision
Idiom riddle Zhengnan; backstroke final
Idiom story
When the Chu and Hans were in conflict, Liu Bang ordered his general Han Xin to lead troops to attack Zhao Guo. King Zhao brought a 200,000 army to meet at Jingjing Pass in Taihang Mountain.
At that time, Han Xin only brought about 12,000 men. In order to defeat Zhao Jun, he stationed 10,000 people by the river to form a backwater array. Another two thousand light riders lurked around Zhao Jun's barracks. After the war, Zhao Ying's 200,000 army killed the 10,000 Han army by the river. The Han army faced a big enemy, and there was no retreat. They could only fight desperately. This was the two thousand soldiers lurking into Zhao camp by imagination. Zhao Jun was pinched back and forth and was quickly defeated by Han Xin. After the war, Han Xin was asked: "Backwater arrays are taboos of soldiers. Why do generals knowingly commit crimes?" Han Xin said with a smile: "It's recorded in the book of soldiers."


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