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Take a breath

hàng xiè yī qì 沆瀣一气 pronunciation

Idiom explanation

沆瀣: Water vapor at night. This refers to the time of Tang Xunzong; Cui Xun, the examiner; and a candidate named Cui Xuan was admitted. So someone joked; linking their single names is the word "沆瀣". Refers to "沆" and "瀣" together. Metaphor of people with similar odors together.

Idiom source

Song Qianyi's "Southern New Book": "In the second year of Qian Fu, Cui Yi put Cui Yi on the list.

Idioms Traditional

Take a breath
Idioms hxyq
Idiom phonetic ㄏ ㄤ ˋ ㄒ ㄧ ㄝ ˋ ㄧ ㄑ ㄧ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Derogatory idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate and object; with derogatory meaning
Idiom structure Austerity idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Alas, it cannot be pronounced as "kēnɡ" or "kànɡ".
Idiom identification Alas, you cannot write "Shen"; you cannot write "qi".

Synonyms

Embarrassment

Antonym

Like-minded , like-minded , sincere and united
Idiom example Hao Dong's keenness and vigor, and the heroic policeman of Shengfo, met the two heroes, especially furious . (Qing Zengpu's "Nie Haihua" 14th)
English translation collaborate in evildoing
Idiom story
During the Sui and Tang dynasties, scholars had to pass the imperial examinations to become officials. During Tang Yizong's administration, an examination was held in Changan, Beijing. Readers who have obtained certain qualifications from various places came to Changan to take the test. Among the many candidates, there is a very talented student named Cui Wei who feels pretty good after taking the exam and is waiting to be published. The official who presided over the exam was Cui Wei. He reviewed Cui Wei's paper, and the more he looked at it, the better he felt, and he accepted the place. On the release day, Cui Wei was very happy to see her on the list. According to the customs at the time, the person who took the exam and the first person was regarded as the student of the examiner, and the examiner was the owner of the person who took the examination and the person. After posting the list, the students will visit the teacher. Cui Wei is no exception. As the host, Cui Wei looked very pleased to see the student with the same surname as her; It is also a coincidence that the words "沆" and "瀣" together are one word. It means water vapor and fog at night, so I put together these two words together into two sentences: "Master student, take a breath ." It means that their teachers and students are like water vapor at night, The fog was tied together.


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