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Set armpits into fur

jí yè chéng qiú Set axillary into Qiu pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Set: gathered; axillary: fur under fox axillary. The fur under the fox's armpit is small; but when gathered, it can be made into a leather coat. Metaphor is less and more.

Idiom source

"Shenzi Zhizhong": "The material of the Old Corridor Temple is also covered with a branch that is not a tree; the pure white fur is also covered with the skin of a fox."
Idioms jycq
Idiom phonetic ㄐ ㄧ ˊ ㄧ ㄜ ˋ ㄔ ㄥ ˊ ㄑ ㄧ ㄡ ˊ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Conjunctive; subject, predicate, object; figurative product
Idiom structure Verb-idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom identification Axillary, can not be written "掖".
Analysis of Idioms See "Cut less into more" (p. 453).

Synonyms

Build up the soil , build up the less , build up the sand

Antonym

Drink a lot of money , eat a fat man in one bite
Idiom example Now how much is how much, I have no choice but to converge . (Qing Wenkang's "Children's Heroes" third round)
English translation Many drops of water make an ocean.
other languages <German> viele Federn machen ein Bett <aus Tropfen wird ein Strom>


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