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Chinese Idioms

To set the spear and shield against oneself simultaneously.
Meaning: To say or do something to contradict oneself.
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Guarding a tree to wait for a rabbit (or hare).
Meaning: To want to receive something without putting in any effort.
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Lord Ye likes dragons.
Meaning: A person who seems to like the outward appearance of something, but actually fears the real thing. A fake love for what you really fear.
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The fox fakes while the tiger threatens.
Meaning: To use another's influence to bully or frighten others.
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The old frontiersman loses a horse.
Meaning: A misfortune may turn into something positive while good luck may lead to a misfortune.
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To draw a snake and add feet to it.
Meaning: To ruin something by adding something superfluous.
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Three at dawn and four at dusk.
Meaning: To keep changing one's attitude or opinions.
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To cover one's ear to steal a bell.
Meaning: To try to conceal the facts of something one did or is doing.
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An extra yu (wind instrument) playing along with many.
Meaning: To fill a position without having the necessary qualifications.
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The Guizhou donkey has exhausted its tricks.
Meaning: To appear to be capable but in reality has little or no ability.
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A bird startled by the sound of a bowstring.
Meaning: Describing someone who had been previously frightened and who became stupefied by a new thing of the same nature.
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Learning to walk in Handan.
Meaning: To imitate others blindly only to lose one's individuality.
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Only one side is willing.
Meaning: To only consider one's own aspirations, ignoring the objective situation and others' opinions.
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To come back from death to life.
Meaning: (Of a doctor's skill) To bring the dying back to life. More...
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To look at plums to quench one's thirst.
Meaning: To take comfort in believing that one had already attained what was expected or desired.
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To draw a dragon and add eyes.
Meaning: To add a key item that enhances something.
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To play music to a cow.
Meaning: A speaker or writer has over-estimated his listeners or readers in that they are not able to comprehend the full meaning of the message delivered to them.
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Dong Shi imitating (Xi Shi's) frowns.
Meaning: To crudely imitate someone or something with incongruous results.
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The horse that does harm to the herd.
Meaning: A person who has a bad influence on others.
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To pull out seedlings to help them grow.
Meaning: To damage something by being too impatient or applying too much pressure.
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