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Spring in summer and summer in autumn, winter in Tibet

chūn shēng xià zhǎng, qiū shōu dōng cáng Spring is born in summer, and autumn is harvested in winter

Idiom explanation

Spring sprouts, summers grow, autumn harvests, winter storage. Refers to the general process of agricultural production. It also likens the occurrence and development of things.

Idiom source

"Records of the Historian Taishi Gong": "Fu Chun was born in summer and harvested in autumn and winter , and the great scriptures of this heaven are also.

Idioms Traditional

I ’m born in summer, I ’m in winter
Idioms csxc
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Subjects, objects, clauses; metaphorical occurrence and development
Idiom structure Complex idioms
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom riddle farm work


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