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Three heads and six arms

sān tóu liù bì Three-head six-arm pronunciation

Idiom explanation

The Dharma image of the Buddha originally had three heads; six arms. The latter metaphor is superb;

Idiom source

Song Shi Dao Yuan's "Lord of Jingde's Records of the Master Pu Zhao": " Three heads and six arms are arrogant and the emperor's bell is angry.

Idioms Traditional

Three heads and six arms
Idioms stlb
Idiom phonetic ㄙ ㄢ ㄊ ㄡ ˊ ㄌ ㄧ ㄨ ˋ ㄅ ㄧ ˋ
Common degree Common idioms
Emotional color Neutral idiom

Idiom usage

Combined; used as predicate, object, attributive;
Idiom structure Joint idiom
Year of generation Ancient idiom
Idiom The arm cannot be pronounced "bèi".
Idiom identification The arm cannot be written "back".
Analysis of Idioms ~ And "Great magical power"; both mean great ability. But ~ is more important than the ability and strength; it is very unusual; When emphasizing that there are many roads; rough roads; good at drilling camps; easy to solve problems; use "magic power".

Synonyms

Magical

Antonym

Qian donkeys are poor and have nothing to do
Idiom example On the golden-eyed camel, Lu Yue showed three heads and six arms , showing great power. (Ming Xu Zhonglin's "The Romance of the Gods", fifty-ninth)
English translation be infinitely resourceful <be superhuman with three heads and six arms; have the strength of ten>
Japanese translation Three sides and six arms (さ ん め ん ろ っ ぴ)
Russian translation мáстер на все руки
other languages Homme doué de pouvoirs extraordinaires, d'une puissance surhumaine
Idiom riddle Crowd


Idiom Solitaire with three heads and six arms


弱不禁风 下一个成语: 人死留名 Previous idiom: Weak can't help but next idiom: People die


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