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Swallow Jujube

hú lún tūn zǎo Pronunciation

Idiom explanation

囫囵: The whole child; complete. To chew without swallowing; swallow whole dates. Figurative learning is devoted to living; lack of thinking; absorb knowledge broadly and vaguely.

Idiom source

Master Song Yuanwu's Biyanlu: "If you know the bottom person, chew slowly; if you don't know the bottom person, it's like swallowing a date."

Idioms Traditional

Swallow Jujube
Idioms hltz
Idiom phonetic ㄏ ㄨ ˊ ㄌ ㄨ ㄣ ˊ ㄊ ㄨ ㄣ ㄗ ㄠ ˇ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Derogatory idiom

Idiom usage

Partial formal; used as predicate, object, adverbial; with derogatory meaning, described as not reading seriously
Idiom structure Partial idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Alas, it cannot be pronounced "wù".
Idiom identification Jujube cannot be written as "bundle".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "live swallowing and living"; both can be compared to learning to feed without learning. The differences are as follows: ① The emphasis is on learning without understanding; the emphasis on "swallowing live and peeling" means moving rigidly. ② "Swallowing and peeling" can also describe the state when eating; ~ not.

Synonyms

Do not seek to understand

Antonym

Contains Yingzuhua , chews slowly , blends well
Idiom example Reading should be good at thinking.
English translation lap up information without digesting it
Japanese translation な つ め を 丸 (ま る) の ま ま 喝 み 込 む; (読 书 内容 な ど を) ろ く に 検 议 (け ん と う) も せ ず う の み に す る
Russian translation воспринимать без разбóру
other languages <Germany> eine Dattel hinunterschlucken, ohne sie zu kauen-etwas lesen, ohne es zu verstehen <法> manger les jujubes sans les mǎcher <tout gober>
Idiom riddle Eat dates without spitting
Idiom story
Someone once said to people: "Eating a little pear is good for people's teeth, but eating too much will hurt the spleen; jujube, just the opposite, although it can strengthen the spleen, but eating too much can be harmful to the teeth "One of the listeners listened and thought for a while, and said," Will I not chew and eat my spleen when eating pears? When I eat dates, I don't chew and swallow it, which can protect me. Have teeth? "Another young man heard him say this, and wanted to make a joke:" Aren't you swallowing the dates? "Everyone present laughed. After reading: When we learn knowledge, we can't swallow it . We must first understand the knowledge to be learned, and then master it carefully. If you learn knowledge in general, you will not learn real knowledge.


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