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Feng wife Yinzi

fēng qī yìn zǐ Pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Feudal: The emperor bestowed an official title or title to his subordinates; Yin: The feudal era gave his sons and grandchildren the right to attend school or hold office due to the merits of his fathers. The feudal hero's wife was given the title; hereditary offspring and privileges. Now it also refers to the phenomenon that the benefit of one's wife and children is benefited by one's power and status.

Idiom source

Yuan Xiaodexiang's "Kill the Dog to Persuade the Husband": "It is his wife and his son Yin , and he cannot speak" Mao Shi "and cannot read" Mencius. "

Idioms Traditional

Feng wife Yinzi
Idioms fqyz
Idiom phonetic ㄈ ㄥ ㄑ ㄧ ㄧ ㄣ ˋ ㄗ ㄧ ˇ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Combined; used as predicate, attributive, clause; with derogatory meaning
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Yin cannot be pronounced "yīn".
Idiom identification Yin cannot write "yin".

Synonyms

Soaring

Antonym

Doom to the Nine
Idiom example Will come to the battlefield, one shot at a time, won a seal wife Yinzi , but also did not save a Qingshi left. (Thirty-ninth round of Qing Dynasty Wu Jingzi's "Foreign History of the Forest")
English translation grant tittle to the wives and children of heroes


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