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Everything

mù kōng yī qiè Pronounce everything

Idiom explanation

Empty: Nothing. Put nothing in your eyes. Describe pride; look down on everything.

Idiom source

Qing Li Ruzhen's "Mirror Flowers" 52nd time: "But he was ignorant of his studies, and he was blind- sighted , and he didn't always look in his eyes."
Idioms mkyq
Idiom phonetic ㄇ ㄨ ˋ ㄎ ㄨ ㄙ ㄧ ㄑ ㄧ ㄝ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Derogatory idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate, attributive, adverbial; with derogatory meaning
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom
Idiom Empty, cannot be pronounced "kònɡ".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "Immortal"; both describe arrogance; look down on others. But "Immortal" is more semantic.

Synonyms

No one in sight

Antonym

Arrogant
Idiom example Once you have power in your hands, you set your sights , and those who are incapable of life will not end well.
English translation with one's nose in the air
Japanese translation 何 も の も 眼中 (が ん ち ゅ う) に な い, nose (は な) を 高 (た か) く す る
Russian translation свысокá смотреть на всё
other languages <德> auf alles herabschauen <hǒchst arrogant>
Idiom riddle Day; temporary; radar;
Rest words Long eyes above head
Idiom story
In the late Tang Dynasty, Zhu Wen killed Prime Minister Cui Wei and forced Tang Zhaozong to move to Luoyang. Zhu Wen was not assured and sent Li Zhen to Luoyang to monitor Tang Zhaozong and his officials. Relying on the power of Zhu Wen, Li Zhen has a high profile and an eye for everything . He often uses his chin and aggressive attitude to instruct others, and when he encounters discomfort, he is reprimanded.


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