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Lang Zhongbiao

péng zhōng biāo wài 弸 中 彪 外 pronunciation

Idiom explanation

弸: full; Biao: literary talent. Refers to the talent within a person, but also the literary and natural exposure. Praise someone who has both ability and virtue.

Idiom source

Han Yangxiong's "Faith · Gentleman": "Or ask: 'A gentleman's words are written, and a move is a virtue. Why?'": "It's the middle of it and the outside."
Idioms pzbw
Idiom phonetic ㄆ ㄥ ˊ ㄓ ㄨ ㄙ ㄅ ㄧ ㄠ ㄨ ㄞ ˋ
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Predicate, attributive; a person who praises both virtue and talent
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom example Qing · Xue Fucheng's Preface to <Send Ai Wencun>: "I read Bai Shi, and you can't stop galloping outside of Zhong Zhongbiao."
English translation smooth, beautiful appearance resulting from solid worth


Idiom Solitaire Begins From Lang Zhongbiao


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