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Idioms that describe turtles

idiom Idiom explanation
Year of the Turtle Crane Turtle cranes have a long life. Metaphorical life is long ... detailed"
Rabbit Horn Tortoise Rabbits have horns and turtles have long hairs. Nothing happened. The metaphor is nameless. ... detailed"
Tortoise Rabbit Horn The tortoise has hair and horns on the rabbit's head. Metaphors cannot exist or be nameless. ... detailed"
Shaved turtle back Scrape: Use a sharp edge to cut. Shave hair from the turtle's back. Figurative things are difficult to succeed ... detailed"
The old turtle doesn't cook badly Remove trouble: get rid of trouble. Pass the scourge on to others. Figurative people who are guilty are safe and innocent people ... detailed"
Waiting for a turtle Wait: Wait; Turtle: Turtle grass and tortoise shells, used by ancients for divination. Waiting for divination with scrawls and tortoise shells, the good and bad are already known ... detailed"
No turtle hand medicine ① A medicine that does not freeze the hands. ② Metaphorical talents. ... detailed"
Year of the Turtle Crane See "The Year of the Turtle". ... detailed"
Turtle Year Crane Life According to legend, there are thousands of turtles and cranes, because of the "longevity of turtles and cranes" as a metaphor for longevity. Or used as a birthday wish. ... detailed"
Turtle Ya: long. Age: Longevity. Legend has it that turtles and cranes can live for a thousand years. Metaphor for longevity. Also called "Guiling Crane". ... detailed"
Turtle Hutian The original meaning was divination. Calling on divination equipment and heaven. Extended to call for unfortunate fate. ... detailed"
Linfeng Turtle Dragon These four god animals symbolize good fortune. Metaphor for rare and precious things. It is also a metaphor for the noble and respected. ... detailed"
Chicken Breast Turtle Humpback hump. ... detailed"
Turtle Cold Bed The metaphor is unrequited, and stays alive. ... detailed"
Turtle Dragon Phoenix Four animals traditionally used to symbolize longevity, honor, and auspiciousness. Metaphor of a person in a high position. ... detailed"
Crane calculation turtle age count. Metaphorical life is long ... detailed"
Old turtle The god tortoise knows that it is difficult to survive. Parables are inevitable, and disasters are inevitable ... detailed"
Tile Shadow Turtle Tile Shadow: The reflection of a roof tile. Figuring out the faults of others ... detailed"
Hanging turtle Refers to any senior official. ... detailed"
Rhinoceros The skull is bulging like a rhino horn, and there are turtle marks on the soles of the feet. The so-called noble appearance. ... detailed"
Passing the turtle Refers to the inheritance of Gao Jue. In the Chinese system, the male princes all wear the purple seal turtle New Zealand gold seal. ... detailed"
Zheng Guicheng Talk about turtles as turtles. Metaphors are deliberately distorted and right and wrong are reversed. ... detailed"
Turtle and Dragon Phoenix Four animals traditionally used to symbolize longevity, honor, and auspiciousness. Metaphor of a person in a high position. ... detailed"
Turtle age crane calculation See "The Year of the Turtle". ... detailed"
Dingyu Turtle The old refers to the treasure of the kingdom and the rune of the order. ... detailed"
Gouge number strategy Chiseling tortoise: Drilling the tortoise shell to see if the crack is open to guess the evil or evil; Counting strategy: Count the stem of the weed, and judge the evil or evil from the group count. Means ... detailed"
Lost Turtle The metaphor pays for itself. ... detailed"
Beetle changing wine Unleash the turtle for a good wine. Described as open-minded, passionate indulgence. ... detailed"
Turtle bird trace Refers to ancient hieroglyphs. ... detailed"
Sullen Refers to repeatedly adding turtle tortoises, causing the turtle spirit to be disgusted, and no longer accused of evil. Metaphors are very effective, and overuse can fail. ... detailed"
Turtle jade The tortoise shell and precious jade were destroyed in the box. The metaphor of Misuke's dereliction of duty has ruined the National Games. ... detailed"
Guiheyashou Ya: long. An ode to longevity. ... detailed"
Turtle Dragon Armor The metaphor collects good things no matter how big or small. ... detailed"
Cicada The ancients believed that cicadas only need to drink, and turtles only need to drink water. Metaphorical hunger. ... detailed"
Wait for the turtle Tortoise: In the ancient times, we used the weeds and tortoise shells to ferociously. You can decide without divination. Figurative things are plain, non ... detailed"
Turtle cold bed The metaphor is unpaid, and when you live in a humble place ... detailed"

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