在线一本码道高清




Upside down

běn mò dào zhì Bend Inversion

Idiom explanation

The root: the root of the tree; the root of the metaphor; the end: the treetops; the branches of the metaphor; Describes turning primary and secondary; important and unimportant; essential and non-essential

Idiom source

Jin Wuming's "Sui Dezhou New Academic Record": "The shepherds should be educated and declared to the people ... but if they are not ruled by knowledge, then they may be upside down ."
Idioms bmdz
Idiom phonetic ㄅ ㄣ ˇ ㄇ ㄛ ˋ ㄉ ㄠ ˋ ㄓ ㄧ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate, object, attributive; metaphor mistakes
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom It cannot be pronounced "dǎo".
Idiom identification Finally, you cannot write "wei".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "shelves the bottom"; both have the meaning of improper handling of the primary-secondary relationship. But ~ means to reverse the position of the primary and secondary; "to give up the last" means to lose the primary; to pursue the secondary.

Synonyms

Prioritize the importance

Antonym

With one hand , everything is smooth
Idiom example You should be brief but not detailed, and you should be brief and detailed. Put the cart before the horse , criticize you still? Playing the piano! (Qu Bo's "Linhai Snowfield" one or two)
English translation place the unimportant before the important
Japanese translation Up and down
Russian translation стáвить с ног нá голову
other languages <拉> currus bovem trahit <德> Unwesentliches für Wesentliches halten <法> mettre la charrue devant les boeufs <prendre le secondaire pour le principal>
Idiom riddle Half; the bottom of the bottle is facing the sky; postscript preface


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