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Idioms that describe rats

idiom Idiom explanation
Snake rat rampant Metaphor of the wicked gaining momentum detailed"
Dog and mouse Figuratively doing laymanship or nosy ... detailed"
The mouse sees the cat The parable is very afraid ... detailed"
Mouse tail The metaphor is poor and the power is very small ... detailed"
Sigh Lament the disparity between people ... detailed"
Chicken belly chicken intestines Hesitant rat belly chicken intestines. ... detailed"
Rat crossing Everyone hates figurative harm. Also written as "rats cross the street, everyone shouts." ... detailed"
Dog catches a mouse See "Dogs Get Mouse". ... detailed"
Eyebrow Describe the sneaky look. ... detailed"
Squirrel The head looks like a mule; the eyes look like a mouse. Describe people as poor or ugly; cunning. ... detailed"
Mole Drinking River The metaphor is extremely limited. ... detailed"
Rat killer I want to hit the mouse with something; I am also afraid of destroying the utensils next to the mouse. The metaphor wants to crack down on the bad guys, but has some scruples. ... detailed"
Witch Wushu: "Mole" is the mistake of Mole. Metaphors are limited. ... detailed"
First mouse First mouse: Hesitant. Hesitating or vacillating between the two. ... detailed"
Rat belly chicken intestines The metaphor has a small amount of energy, and only considers small things, regardless of the general. ... detailed"
Gui Ping She Gui The rat made the nest under the earth temple, making people afraid to dig. Metaphor bad guys bully. ... detailed"
Rat theft Theft: Steal. Steal like a mouse; steal from a dog. Refers to the thief. ... detailed"
Rat stealing It steals like a small amount of a mouse, and steals oil like a dog. Refers to the thief. ... detailed"
Rat eyes The mouse's eyes can only see an inch away. Describe shortsightedness; no vision. ... detailed"
Look like a mouse Describe people's eyes. ... detailed"
Cat and mouse sleeping The cat slept with the mouse. The metaphor of the official's failure to cover his subordinates for doing bad things. It is also likened to being treacherous. ... detailed"
Rats cross the street, everyone shouts We all hate metaphors for harmful things. ... detailed"
Wolf eye mouse eyebrow Describe people as ferocious. ... detailed"
Crossing mouse Liken the bad guy that everyone hates. ... detailed"
Guancang rat Guancang: The place where public rations are kept. Parable the wicked with snuggle. ... detailed"
Chicken-hearted He is as timid as a mouse. Describe people as timid. ... detailed"
City Fox Rat Society: In ancient times, it refers to the land god and its temples. The fox relied on the city wall; the rat relied on the earth temple. Figuratively do evil ... detailed"
Scramble Channeling: running away; running around. Quickly ran away like a mouse holding his head. Mostly used to describe the appearance of a heavy blow to the wolf howling escape. ... detailed"
Cat crying mouse Metaphor of false compassion ... detailed"
Mole's Ugly ... detailed"
Mole Techniques 鼯: Rat name, looks like a squirrel, has brown hair, a long tail, a film between the front and back limbs, can fly down from the tree, live in ... detailed"
Difficult to cast Appliances: appliances. The mouse hiding beside the utensil was difficult to catch. It is difficult to punish bad people with asylum ... detailed"
Idiot dragging ginger Idiot: Ignorance; Drag: Pull. Metaphor of being unwise and asking for trouble ... detailed"
Cat crying Parables of false compassion, sympathy in disguise ... detailed"
Snake in and out The snake drilled the hole, and the rat came out of the hole. Figurative action hidden ... detailed"
Snake Walk Step: Walk. Describe cautiously ... detailed"
Ride into the rat hole Multiply: Sit. Sitting in the car into the mouse hole. Things that metaphors simply can't do ... detailed"
First mouse The first mouse: hesitant; ambiguous: vague. Describe indecisive, erratic ... detailed"
Astral Spike Phase: Sight; Phase Rat: Title of the Book of Songs. See if the mouse still has skin. Means that people must be honest and shameless, and that they should speak etiquette ... detailed"
The dog and the mouse do not eat Food: Eat. The hog did not eat what he had left. Describe people's conduct as despicable ... detailed"
Tiger head and rat tail The head is as big as a tiger, and the tail is as thin as a mouse. The metaphor is very powerful at the beginning of the work, and then the momentum is very small, there is no beginning or end ... detailed"
Temple Rat Temple: the front hall of the royal palace; wall: low wall. Mouse in the palace wall. Figurative villain around the emperor ... detailed"
Ten Rats Fighting Cave: An animal's nest. Metaphor bad guys gather to fight each other ... detailed"
Fly Camp Mouse Camping around like a fly, peeping around like a rat. The analogy drills camps everywhere, greedy and shameless. ... detailed"
Raccoon to rat Figurative things cannot succeed. Same as "Tit with raccoon". ... detailed"
Rats by raccoons, ropes by ice Use a cat to seduce a mouse and use ice as a rope. Figurative things cannot succeed. ... detailed"
Rat feces The metaphor adds bad things and destroys the original beauty. ... detailed"
Rodent erosion Refers to rat biting maggots. ... detailed"
Rat rodent Refers to rat biting maggots. ... detailed"
Rat Head Hoe Eyes are small and round like mice, and heads are small and pointed like mules. Describe people with ugly looks and cunning expressions. ... detailed"

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