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Cramped

jú cù bù ān Cramped

Idiom explanation

Crushing: Also "crushing"; or "hugging"; restraint; unnatural. Describe a restrained, unnatural, and quiet manner.

Idiom source

Ming Feng Menglong's "Empires of the Eastern Zhou Dynasty", the 12th time: "Although Zhao Gong was not guilty of a crime, his heart was a little distressed, and his grace was slightly diminished. He also felt uneasy about sacrificing his feet, and often said that he wouldn't be ill."
Idioms jcba
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Combined; used as predicates, objects, attributives, adverbials; described restrained manners, uneasy in mind
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom
Idiom Nothing can be pronounced as "cǔ".
Idiom identification Nothing can be written as "foot."
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "uneasy"; both include the meaning of "uneasy in the heart". But "uneasy" refers to the extreme uneasiness of the mind; often describes the mood of nervousness, panic, or disturbance; ~ refers to the restlessness of the mind; Often described as nervous, surprised.

Synonyms

Restless , restless

Antonym

Be generous and unrestrained
Idiom example I saw Master Wen would be there, flushed for a while, white for a while, and felt very cramped . (Qing Li Baojia's "Official Official Records" thirteenth)
English translation like a cat on hot bricks <hot under the collar>
Russian translation не находить себе места


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