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Spring and Autumn

chūn qiū dǐng shèng Spring and Autumn

Idiom explanation

Spring and Autumn: Age. People are at an age of strength and strength. The old analogy is that people are in their prime; they are full of energy.

Idiom source

Han Jiayi's "Songsong of the New Book": "The emperor's sons are full of prosperity in spring and autumn , the ceremonies have not yet passed, and Deze has a good luck.

Idioms Traditional

Xi Dingsheng
Idioms cqds
Idiom phonetic ㄔ ㄨ ㄣ ㄑ ㄧ ㄡ ㄉ ㄧ ㄥ ˇ ㄕ ㄥ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate, attributive
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Sheng cannot be pronounced "chénɡ".
Idiom identification Ding cannot write "top".

Synonyms

Young and strong , young and strong

Antonym

Dying , candle in the wind, sunset in the mountains
Idiom example When he entered the palace court, he saw Wang Chunqiu's heyday , and he dared not blame the king, but he didn't sigh for his life! (Ming Feng Menglong's "East Zhou Dynasty Records" 71st)
English translation in the prime of one's life


Idiom Solitaire from the Spring and Autumn Heyday


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