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At every turn

dòng zhé dé jiù At every turn

Idiom explanation

Being accused or blamed at every turn. 辄: Just; always; blame: blame.

Idiom source

Tang Hanyu's "Jin Xue Jie": "The public does not see faith in others, and privates do not help friends. He has been blamed at every turn ."

Idioms Traditional

At every turn
Idioms dzdj
Idiom phonetic ㄉ ㄨ ㄙ ˋ ㄓ ㄜ ˊ ㄉ ㄜ ㄐ ㄧ ㄨ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Partial; Predicate, Attributive; Refers to actions often offended
Idiom structure Partial idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Alas, it cannot be pronounced "chē".
Idiom identification I ca n’t write “rut”.

Synonyms

Before and after

Antonym

Octagon
Idiom example Xiao Yan was blamed because of his turmoil , so he had to say, "Excuse me, the master: The lead is not good, the follower is not good, and the parallelism is not good. What is the best?"
English translation be frequently taken to task <be blamed for every move>
Idiom story
During the Tang dynasty, Han Yu was knowledgeable and was appointed to monitor the royal history. Because he opposed the eunuch's use of the "miyashi" to blackmail people, he angered Tang Dezong and was deposed. The matter was degraded to Dr. Guo Zijian, who wrote his own "Jin Xue Jie" and said with emotion: "Before and after the tragedy, he was blamed ."


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