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Pheasant photo

shān jī zhào yǐng

Idiom explanation

Pheasant loves its feathers and often dances in the water. Gu Ying self-pity

Idiom source

Song Huang Tingjian's "Sleeping Duck" poem: "The pheasant takes self-love, and the lonely lover does not make a pair of mirrors."

Idioms Traditional

Mountain stream
Idiom phonetic ㄕ ㄢ ㄐ ㄧ ㄓ ㄠ ˋ ㄧ ㄥ ˇ
Common degree General idiom
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Object and attributive; used in figurative sentences
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom

Synonyms

Pheasant
Idiom example Yuan · Mui Xie's "Second Rhyme Chapter": "Ting Cao Nongyan became a resentment, and the pheasant took part in flying."
Idiom story
During the Three Kingdoms period, someone in the south caught a beautiful pheasant dedicated to Cao Cao. Cao Cao likes pheasants, and he ordered his people to make them dance. They don't understand the habits of pheasants. The clever Cao Chong made people carry a large mirror, put the pheasant in front of the mirror, and the pheasant danced unforgettablely in front of the mirror.


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