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Would rather lack

nìng quē wú làn Rather than pronunciation

Idiom explanation

Ning: Ning; Lack: Lack; No: Pass "Don't"; Don't; Abuse: Too much. Rather vacancies; never lower requirements. It is also called "better lack than abuse".

Idiom source

The fifth round of the "Street Lights" of Qing Li Lvyuan: "Even if Ning lacks nothing, this Kaifeng is the capital of a province, and the amulet is the first county in Kaifeng, but it must be incomplete."

Idioms Traditional

Want
Idioms nqwl
Idiom phonetic ㄋ ㄧ ㄥ ˊ ㄑ ㄩ ㄝ ㄨ ˊ ㄌ ㄢ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Austerity; used as predicate, attributive; used for talent selection, etc.
Idiom structure Austerity idiom
Year of generation Modern idiom
Idiom Ning cannot be pronounced as "nínɡ"; no, it cannot be pronounced as "wù".
Idiom identification No, you cannot write "mother"; abuse: you cannot write "bad".

Synonyms

Better not waste

Antonym

Top-up , back -up
Idiom example The night before, didn't we decide the purpose of "better lack "? (Mao Dun's "Midnight" V)
English translation Fewer but better.
Japanese translation Quantity (り ょ う) よ り quality (よ り), number (か ず) を そ ろ え る よ り は grain (つ ぶ) を そ ろ え よ
Russian translation лучше не добрáть, чем брать без разбора
other languages Miuux vant se passer d'une chose que d'en abuser


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