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Good looks

dào mào àn rán Road appearance

Idiom explanation

Taoist appearance: serious; serious appearance; Anran: proud; serious appearance. Describe a solemn look; serious appearance. It is mostly used for satire pretending to be a hypocrite with different appearances. It is also called "anran way".

Idiom source

Qing Pu Songling's "Liao Zhai Zhi Yi Cheng Xian": "The road is beautiful ."

Idioms Traditional

Dao Anran
Idioms dmar
Idiom phonetic ㄉ ㄠ ˋ ㄇ ㄠ ˋ ㄢ ˋ ㄖ ㄢ ˊ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Derogatory idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate, attributive, adverbial; derogatory, used to mock people
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom
Idiom identification Shore, cannot be written "Ann".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "a serious book"; both describe a solemn appearance. The differences are as follows: ①-Emphasis is on "dignity"; refers more to the expression; "a seriousness"; refers more to the expression and complexion; also refers to the expression. ② ~ Contains the meaning of "noble, noble, noble, superficial"; in fact, they are often morally corrupted; the soul is ugly; "one serious" cannot generally express such pretense; the meanings in the table are completely opposite. ③ "A serious book" means "very serious"; ~ No.

Synonyms

A serious , serious sit , pose , and look upright

Antonym

Hippie smiley
Idiom example Seeing Duanfu's Tao looks so calm , he didn't dare to make trouble. (144th Session of the Status Quo of the Strange Witnesses Twenty Years Seen by Wu Jianren of the Qing Dynasty)
English translation pose as a person of high morals
Japanese translation 道 徳 家 気 ど り で ま じ め く さ っ た 颜 つ き を し て い る さ ま
Russian translation нрáвственный с виду
other languages <德> scheinheilig <法> avoir un air solennel, digne
Idiom riddle Binjiang Lu


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