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Standing flock

hè lì jī qūn Heli chicken flock pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Standing like a crane in the flock. Outstanding metaphor or instrumentality.

Idiom source

Southern Song Dynasty Liu Yiqing's "The New Word of Rongzhi": "Someone said Wang Rong: 'Yan Yanzu, Zhuo Zhuo is like a wild crane in the flock."

Idioms Traditional

Heli Group
Idioms hljq
Idiom phonetic ㄏ ㄜ ˋ ㄌ ㄧ ˋ ㄐ ㄧ ㄑ ㄩ ㄣ ˊ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; object, attributive, adverbial; implied meaning
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Crane, cannot be pronounced "háo".
Idiom identification Li, cannot write "force".
Analysis of Idioms See “Outstanding” (p. 167).

Synonyms

Outstanding and outstanding

Antonym

Dwarfed
Idiom example Are talking about who knows that the daughter king suddenly sees Lin Zhiyang in the crowd, like a flock of chickens. (Qing Li Ruzhen's "Mirror Flowers" 39th)
English translation stand out in the crowd
Japanese translation 鶏 群 (け い ぐ ん) の 一鹤 (い っ か く)
Russian translation возвышáться над окружáющими
other languages <德> wie ein Kranich unter den Hühnern--von anderen abstechen <法> homme éminent, qui tranche sur la masse
Idiom riddle Tall bird
Idiom story
In the royal family of the Jin Dynasty, there was a guard officer, Zhong Shao, who was the son of Ji Kang, one of the "Seven Sages of the Bamboo Forest" during the Wei and Jin Dynasties. At the time of Emperor Jin Hui, Wu Shao was a servant. The royal family was fighting for power. Attacking and killing each other, the history is called the "rebellion of the eight kings", Wu Shao has always been very loyal to the emperor. There was a chaos in the capital and the situation was severe. The guard guarding the palace gate, Zhang Gong, took an arrow and was ready to shoot him. When the guard officer saw Yi Shao's righteousness, Yi Qing quickly stopped the guard and snatched the arrow from the bow. Soon the chaos in the capital continued again. Xi Shao followed Jin Huidi and sent troops to Tangyang. Unfortunately, he was defeated, and the soldiers were killed and wounded. Nuo Shao always protected Hui Emperor. The enemy's flying arrows shot up like raindrops, and Shao Shao counted arrows in his body, blood dripped on Huidi's imperial robe. Wu Shao was killed in this way. Afterwards, Huidi ’s servants wanted to wash off the blood on the royal robes. Huidi said, “Do n’t wash, do n’t wash, this is the blood of the servants!” When Wu Shao was alive, someone once said to Wang Xi “I saw you in the crowd yesterday. Qi Shao, Qi Yu Xuan Ang is like a wild crane standing among chicken flocks . "Later, he used the" heli standing chicken flock "to compare a person's appearance or ability to be prominent in a group of people around him.


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