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Sand of the Ganges

héng hé zhī shā

Idiom explanation

Ganges: The great river of South Asia, flowing through India and Bangladesh. Buddhist language, like the sand in the Ganges, is incalculable. Describe a large number that cannot be calculated

Idiom source

Qing · Ji Jiu's "Reading of the Thatched Cottage Notes · Xiyang Records of Summer Disappearance": "Husband and wife turn around, cause and effect cycle, such as the sand of the Ganges , the accumulated number can not be calculated."
Common degree General idiom
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Used as an object, attributive; described as too many to calculate
Idiom structure Partial idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom

Synonyms

Ganges sand number
English translation as numerous as the sands of the Ganges


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