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Sea litter

hǎi kū shí làn Pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Wither: Wither; Rot: Decay. The sea dried up; the stones decayed. Describe that it may take a long time or it is impossible to achieve. Mostly used as an oath; to show firm will; never change. Also known as "Stone Rotten and Sea Dried".

Idiom source

Jin Yuan asked "Xi Lou Qu": "The sea dried up and the stone smashed for two days, and the two fly together and die."

Idioms Traditional

Sea litter
Idioms hksl
Idiom phonetic ㄏ ㄞ ˇ ㄎ ㄨ ㄕ ㄧ ˊ ㄌ ㄢ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Joint; predicate, object, clause; meaning
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Withered, cannot be read as "ɡǔ".
Idiom identification Withered, cannot write "写作".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "the earth is long and the earth is long"; both can mean long time. But ~ also has the meaning of "firm will; never change";

Synonyms

Long time and long history , eachother , unwavering

Antonym

Seeing different thoughts , Chao Qin Mu Chu , Chao San Mu Si
Idiom example You will say I will come, unless the sea is broken . (Ming Luo Guanzhong, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms, 47th)
English translation till the seas dry up and the rocks decay
Japanese translation Jellyfish
Russian translation вéчно <никогдá>
other languages <法> immuable <invariable>


Idiom Solitaire Begins From Sea Dried Stone


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