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Mirage

hǎi shì shèn lóu Mirage pronunciation

Idiom explanation

蜃: Clams. Ancient legends can't breathe into the shape of a platform. In fact, the atmosphere reveals urban landscapes such as buildings and towers in the air or on the ground due to light refraction. This illusion often appears in the seaside or desert areas in summer. It is a metaphor for something that doesn't actually exist.

Idiom source

Western Han Sima Qian's "Shi Ji Tian Guan Shu": "The waterfront is a meteorological tower, and Guangye Qichenggong is stunned."

Idioms Traditional

Mirage
Idioms hssl
Idiom phonetic ㄏ ㄞ ˇ ㄕ ㄧ ˋ ㄕ ㄣ ˋ ㄌ ㄡ ˊ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Derogatory idiom

Idiom usage

Combined; as subject, object, attributive; with derogatory meaning
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Alas, it cannot be pronounced as "chén"; nor can it be pronounced as "chún".
Idiom identification Alas, you cannot write "God"; you cannot write "Lip."
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "Sky Tower"; both can refer to nothingness and nothing that doesn't actually exist. The differences are as follows: ① The hope that many metaphors are easy to disillusion; the "sky pavilion" often metaphors theories, plans, and so on. ② ~ Emphasizes far away from actual fantasy; semantics is heavier than "Sky Tower"; "Sky Tower" is biased towards unfounded dreams.

Synonyms

The tower in the sky , nothingness , nothingness
Idiom example In the fifth outing, Dharma returned with his apprentice across the river, posing as a mirage . (The eighty-fifth round of Qing Cao Xueqin's A Dream of Red Mansions)
English translation strange and unreal appearance
Japanese translation 蜃 気 楼 (ち ん き ろ う), ミ ラ ー ジ
Russian translation мирáж <мáрево>
other languages <German> Fata Morgana <Luftspiegelung> <French> mirage <chǎteaux en Espagne>
Idiom riddle A city on the Pacific Ocean
Rest words Big Gobi makes faces


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