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End of autumn

qiū háo zhī mò Pronunciation at the end of autumn

Idiom explanation

Qiuhao: The fine hairs of birds and beasts newly grown in autumn. End: Tip; tip. The metaphor is very subtle.

Idiom source

Pre-Qin and Meng Xie's "Mengzi Lianghui Wang Shang": "My strength is enough to kill, not enough to lift one bird; Ming is enough to detect the end of the autumn , but I don't see the salary, what is the king Xu?"

Idioms Traditional

At the end
Idioms qhzm
Idiom phonetic ㄑ ㄧ ㄡ ㄏ ㄠ ˊ ㄓ ㄧ ㄇ ㄛ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Partial; object; written
Idiom structure Partial idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom In other words, it cannot be pronounced as "zī".
Idiom identification No, you can't write "Hao".

Synonyms

Less important than light

Antonym

Mammoth , heavier than Tarzan
Idiom example (1) His observation ability is very sharp, and he can see clearly even at the end of autumn . (2) Even if it is as small as a fall , diplomatic affairs must be cautious and must not go wrong.
English translation the tip of an animal's hair
Idiom story
During the Warring States Period, Qi Xuan Wang Tianpi wanted to learn how Qi Yangong could be the hegemon. He asked Mencius how to become the hegemon. Mencius told him to unify the world with the power of righteousness and morality, and at the same time be aware of the national conditions and the people's conditions. Now it is something that you cannot do, but something you are willing to do or not


Idiom Solitaire from the end of autumn


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