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Fruitful

chūn huá qiū shí Chunhua Qiushi

Idiom explanation

Hua: The ancient "flower". Flowers blooming in spring; fruits bearing autumn. Metaphor of literary talent and virtue. Sometimes it is likened to the relationship between learning and moral cultivation.

Idiom source

Jin Chenshou's Biography of the Three Kingdoms, Wei Zhi, and Xing Yi: "(Jun Hou) picking the spring of Xunzi and forgetting the truth of his family.

Idioms Traditional

萅 华 秌 实
Idioms chqs
Idiom phonetic ㄔ ㄨ ㄣ ㄏ ㄨ ㄚ ㄧ ㄡ mortem ㄧ dogleg '
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Complex sentence; subject, clause; used in figurative sentences
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Hua cannot be pronounced "huā" or "huà".
Idiom identification Hua, cannot write "flower".

Synonyms

Bloom and bear fruit

Antonym

Flashy
Idiom example Chunhua Qiushi , without the mighty spring breeze, where can there be this wild autumn and great harvest? (Jun Qing's "Autumn Fu")
English translation spring flowers and autumn fruits <showy appearance and virtuous substance>


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