Clothes trivia: Are Chinese idioms ‘yī guān qín shòu’ good?

The Chinese idiom “yī guān qín shòu” was not originally used to curse people. On the contrary, it…

The Chinese idiom “yī guān qín shòu” was not originally used to curse people. On the contrary, it was used to praise others.


In the early days of the Ming dynasty, “animals in clothes” was generally used to describe people who were officials, that is, people whose clothes were embroidered with birds and animals.

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  1. ドラえもんの服を着ていますが、静香さんが着ているかどうかわかりません。

  2. 옷을 입고 사람들을 매우 화나게하는 일을하는 사람들을 묘사했습니다.