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Autumn wind sweeps leaves

qiū fēng sǎo luò yè Autumn wind sweeps leaves

Idiom explanation

Figuratively, the powerful force sweeps away the decaying and weak;

Idiom source

Jin Chenshou's Biography of the Three Kingdoms, Wei Zhixin: "With the power of Ming Gong, we should fight against the enemy of the poor, fight against the weary of the weary, and it is the same as the fall of the fast wind.

Idioms Traditional

秌 Wind sweeps leaves
Idioms qfsy
Idiom phonetic ㄑ ㄧ ㄡ ㄈ ㄥ ㄙ ㄠ ˇ ㄌ ㄨ ㄛ ˋ ㄧ ㄜ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Subject-predicate; predicate and attributive meaning
Idiom structure Subject-predicative idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom Sweep cannot be pronounced "shǎo".
Idiom identification Ye, cannot write "night".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "like as a broken bamboo" can be used to describe the rapid force; but ~ means easy; and "like as a broken bamboo" does not.

Synonyms

Destroyed and ruined

Antonym

Accumulate
Idiom example Equal enemies must be as cruel and ruthless as the autumn wind sweeping leaves .
English translation like autumn wind sweeping away the fallen leaves <carry everything before one>
Japanese translation Autumn wind (し ゅ う ふ う) が deciduous (お ち ば) を 吹 (ふ) き 払 (は ら う)
Russian translation Как осенний ветер уносит жёлтые листья.
Idiom story
In the late Eastern Han Dynasty, Yuan Shao's two sons Yuan Tan and Yuan Shang attacked each other. Yuan Tan was defeated, counselor Guo Tu persuaded him to ask Cao Cao, and Yuan Tan sent Xinbi to ask Cao Cao to attack the city. Cao Cao deliberately did not move the soldiers. Xin Bi said that Cao Jun's fight against Yuan Shang was like the autumn wind sweeping leaves , and he would succeed. Cao Cao agreed to send troops


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