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Le Bu Si Shu

lè bù sī shǔ Le Bu Si Shu pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Shu: Refers to the Shu Kingdom during the Three Kingdoms. After the Shu Emperor Liu Chan surrendered to Sima Zhao; he was placed in Luoyang and still lived a wild life; he was so happy that he didn't want to return to China. Metaphor for joy and forgetting to return or joy and forgetting this.

Idiom source

Jin Xi chiseling "Han Jin Spring and Autumn": "Wang Wenchan said: 'Is it quite thoughtful about Shu?' Zen said: 'Here is music, not thinking about Shu.'"

Idioms Traditional

Le Bu Si Shu
Idioms lbss
Idiom phonetic ㄌ ㄜ ˋ ㄅ ㄨ ˋ ㄙ ㄧ ㄕ ㄨ ˇ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Derogatory idiom

Idiom usage

Austerity; used as predicate and attributive; with derogatory meaning, describing forgetfulness
Idiom structure Austerity idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Music cannot be pronounced "yuè".
Idiom identification Shu cannot be written as "genus".
Analysis of Idioms ~ Is different from "forgetting to return": "forgetting to return" has no meaning of "forgetting the copy"; ~ means "forgetting the copy".

Synonyms

Be overjoyed and forget to return

Antonym

Fallen leaves to their roots
Idiom example Then Maxtown felt more proud and arrogant, drank or ate, and suddenly sang songs. (Lu Xun's "Moon Bound" seventh round)
English translation too happy to think of home
Idiom riddle Liu Chan to Central Plains
Idiom story
During the Three Kingdoms Period, Liu Bei occupied the land of Shu and established the Kingdom of Shu. After his death, his son Liu Chan succeeded, also known as Liu Adou. Liu Chan was faint and incompetent. After the death of talented ministers, the Kingdom of Shu was destroyed by Wei in 263 AD. After the surrender of Liu Chan, Wei Wang Cao Feng (máo) sealed him with the title of "Engle Gong", who had no real power, and moved him to live in Xuchang, Kyoto.
King Wei himself had no real power, and Sima Zhao was in power. At a banquet, Sima Zhao deliberately arranged to perform songs and dances in Shu in front of Liu Chan. Liu Chan's followers were very sad when they thought of their deceased homeland, but Liu Chan said to Sima Zhao, "Here is the pleasure, not thinking of Shu." He didn't want to miss Shu country at all.
Based on this story, people have extended the idiom " Le Bu Si Shu ".


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