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Each has its own advantages

gè yǒu qiān qiū Each has its own pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Everyone has a specialty that can be passed on for a long time. Each metaphor has its own strengths; each has its own advantages. Qianqiu: Millennium; refers to a long history.

Idiom source

Laoshe's "Living in the Same Family": "Your brother Qi family has its own advantages !"

Idioms Traditional

Each has its own
Idioms gyqq
Idiom phonetic ㄍ ㄜ ˋ ㄧ ㄡ ˇ ㄑ ㄧ ㄢ ㄑ ㄧ ㄡ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate, object; meaning
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Contemporary idiom
Idiom Thousands cannot be pronounced as "qiàn".
Idiom identification Thousands, can not be written "fiber."

Synonyms

Each has its own strengths

Antonym

Useless
Idiom example These two articles are well written, each with its own description.
English translation Each has its own merits.
Japanese translation そ れ ぞ れ 特 徴 (と く ち ょ う) が あ る, お の お の 取 り 柄 (え) が あ る
other languages <德> jeder hat seine Vorzüge <法> chacun a ses qualités, son point fort
Idiom riddle Songling Heshou
Idiom story
Legend has it that Peng Zu is the second-generation grandson of Xun, and Peng Zu's father, Lu Zhong, married Guifang's daughter, Guigui. Guigui was three years pregnant and gave birth to six sons from her armpits. Peng Zu is one of them. His surname is strong. Legend has it that he lived more than 800 years. The legendary Shouxing lived more than 1,000 years old, and there is a rest saying "Peng Zu met Shouxing- each has its own advantages ."


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