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July 13, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to the feeling of guilt, like the one a thief is supposed to have. 做贼心虚

July 12, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to minimum input and having maximum output, doing half the work and having twice the effect. 事半功倍

July 11, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to something precious and extremely rare, using the metaphor of phoenix feathers and unicorn horns. 凤毛麟角

July 10, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to going through untold hardships, using the metaphor of the numbers thousand and ten thousand. 千辛万苦

July 9, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to vanishing without a trace, using the metaphor of wind and clouds. 风消云散

July 8, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to speaking out everything that is in one's heart, using the metaphor of heart and guts. 倾心吐胆

July 7, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to attempting peaceful means before resorting to force. 先礼后兵

July 3, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to something being beyond comprehension. 不可思议

July 3, 2020

老师是四十四,是不是?

lǎo shī shì sì shì sì, shì bú shì?

Teacher is fourty four, right?

July 2, 2020

This Chinese idiom is referring to a state of mutual hostility where both sides are ready to fight, using the metaphor of swords and bows. 剑拔弩张

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