三国成语

1、出处:三国、魏、曹操《齐风俗令》:“党若胜于周,则圣地有病”。

释义:指相互勾结,互相徇私舞弊,结党营私。

2. 阿尔巴尼亚政党

出处:《汉书·诸葛封传》:“今天下之大,昔无忠义之臣,友而死之者,主动相约,而党与党互相争斗,只想着私人利益,而忘记了国家政权。”

释义:甲方:偏袒,偏袒。 他们为了追求自己的利益而互相宠爱、保护。

3.忧郁而固执

释义:本义是内容悲伤,措辞华丽,既能感动愚人,又能感动聪明人。 后来多用来指情色小说、戏曲、电影中感人的情节。

资料来源:三国魏范钦《魏文帝笔记》:“吟北狄远行,奏胡马长嘶,苍凉如斯。”深入肝脾,悲伤固执而美丽。”

4、恋人与恋人

定义:关心人才、重视人才。

出处:《三国·蜀书·先主列传》:“圣人雄伟,神力俯伏,仁德积德,爱人良士,故归其所”。心来自四面八方。”

5、热爱阳光,珍惜力量

释义:珍惜时间,不浪费精力。

出处:《三国·吴植·孙和传》“而知土爱日惜力,君子仰其道,高山风光行,耻辱不次之”。 易夜难眠,他热爱阳光,珍惜力量,不曾放弃生命的一寸土地。”

6.安全有保障

释义:安都:平安、安定。 还谈得上安居乐业。

出处:三国魏钟会《评蜀》:“百姓士人安乐,耕不改亩,市不复商。”

7. 不知所措

成语解释:傲娇:傲慢地眯着眼睛。 德智:愿望成真。 形容因达成愿望而蔑视一切的样子。

成语出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十回:“原来曹操自从打败马超辉之后,就一直洋洋得意。

8. 傲慢

成语解释:眯眼:眯眼。 子若:指淡漠。 形容傲慢、蔑视一切的样子。

成语出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十五回:“简雍称城底门。(刘)张命开门进出。”勇坐在车上,一脸得意。”

9.太多的遗憾

释义:后悔已晚。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第九十八回; “人们前去探探,结果是一个假营,只插了几十面旗帜,兵士走了两天,曹真太后悔了。”

10、傲慢与礼貌

释义:态度傲慢,对人不礼貌。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第53章:“吾不能将刘玄德逐出襄阳,故来投韩玄;玄责其傲慢无礼,并拒绝重复使用它。”

11. 庇护所

释义:避难所。 适宜在某个地方安居乐业,或者以某个地方为立业之本。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第40回:“近闻刘景升病危,可趁此机得荆州为安处。”

12. 傲慢和居高临下

释义:贤:有才德的人。 学者:学者、有才华的人。 以傲慢的态度对待有德有才的人。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十回:“当贼将放荡奸诈,嚣张居高临下,故来见明公。”

13. 不体面

释义:制度:模式、规则。 指言行无章法、不成样子。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十三回:“刻刻不够,用锥子画,就完全不行了。”

14.剑永远不会变老

释义:比喻虽然年老或远离职业已久,但功夫不减。

资料来源:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十回:“钟(黄忠)怒曰:‘子子骗我老!我手中的剑并不老。’”

15. 前进的道路加倍

释义: 双:双重; 路:旅途。 形容加速。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十一章:“曹兵闻兖州失,必双进,行至半途,一击可擒。 ”

16. 老师回到法庭

定义:类:转回。 调动大军回京,意味着大军凯旋归朝。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第一百回:“皇后(刘禅)下旨,宣布孔明班师归朝”

17.有学问的人

释义: 博学:博学多才。 泛指有知识的人。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十六回:“公等人,皆是有教养的人,登上此高台,岂能不作一好篇章,以记一世?”一时的成功?”

18. 不表扬也不批评

释义:处所:处所,之间有“加”。 赞美:赞美,赞美,赞美。 贬:贬低、指责。 不要表扬或批评。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十二章:“曹试造园,成之,曹观之,无褒贬,只取笔。”然后门上写着‘活着’就离开了。”

19.等待那一天的到来

释义:旦:早晨。 手持点燃的蜡烛直到黎明。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第25章:“关公持烛立于外,从夜到日,不显疲倦。”

20.残忍残忍

释义:恶毒恶毒,没有任何同情心和怜悯心。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十三章:“韩宣残暴,无人道。

21. 赤裸上身

释义:光着膀子上战场。 比喻不加任何掩饰地亲自上台进行活动。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十九章:“徐楚行起身,飞回阵中,脱下铠甲,全身筋脉,赤身提刀。 ,上马,与马超来决战。”

22. 可供选择的尺寸

定义:这个比喻有一些优点。 这是一种谦虚的方式来认为你有才华。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第83章:“今日受主重托之人,是因我有胸怀,能忍辱。” ”。

23.新生

释义:茅草屋:茅草屋。 原比喻新人。 现在它比喻离开家或学校去上班。 缺乏经验。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第三十九章:“志必惊曹公之勇,初成就初出茅庐。”

24. 裸体

释义:指暴露大部分身体,也指全身赤裸、一丝不挂。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第八十四回:“吴班率兵战于关前,炫耀威武,辱骂不已,多半赤身裸体,睡觉或坐着。”

25.人民一片废墟

释义:土:泥。 形容普通人的痛苦如同掉入泥坑或火坑。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第九十三回:“狼心人当道,奴婢当道,以致社稷丘、回民百姓满目疮痍。 ”

26. 穆拉诺皮奥

释义: 村:荒芜的村庄和山地。 平民百姓:百姓。 过去用来指没有知识、没有地位的人。

资料来源:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十五章:“马超曰:‘吾家世世为王,不识乡人。’”

27. 得而复失

释义: 赋:再一次,再一次。 刚刚得到,又失去。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第九十六章:“孔明变脸曰:‘何哉!得者失之不一,众恭贺之。”我这样做,这让我感到羞愧!”

28.祝你好运

释义:非常吉祥、顺利。 旧时用于占卜、祈福。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十四回:“孔明曰:‘赖以良已知,适时读《邑》,必得吉兆。 ”。

29. 计划大而用处小

解释:用于大事的策略最终只能用于小事。 表明该策略并未完全有效。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第九十七章:“孔明连夜驱兵,下到岐山前寨,带兵赏姜维。魏曰:“我恨不得杀了曹振业!” 孔明和也说:‘可惜大计无用。’”

30.刀枪剑戟

释义:戟:一种古代兵器,合戈、矛为一体,既能直刺,又能横击。 古代常用的四种兵器,用于砍、刺。 也用于泛指武器。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第八十七回:“教帐内,行刑者七人,刀枪剑戟,光辉如霜雪。”

31、大仁大义

释义:形容人宽厚,崇尚仁义。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第43章:“刘琮降(曹)曹,豫州(刘备)实不知,而趁乱夺取。”同族之基,真是仁义之举。”

32、睡眠要有足够的体力

定义:睡在同一张沙发上,双脚相对。 形容关系密切、感情深厚。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第45章:“(周瑜)曰:‘久未与子仪(将军)同床,将去今晚就睡觉吧。’”

33.明亮的灯光

释义: 辉煌:光彩夺目。 形容灯光、蜡烛明亮、耀眼。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第四十七章:“军士引阚泽见帐上灯烛明,曹操坐危。”

34.展示你的技能

释义:经论:排列丝线,比喻治理国家,也指政治能力。 充分发挥政治人才。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第三十八回:“先取荆州,后取四川,大用经济补天。”

35.利益与荣耀

释义:恩荣:恩惠、恩惠。 季:调整经济。 恩宠和荣耀这两种手段是同时进行的。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十五回:“限于贵人,加贵人则知荣,恩荣合,而上下有节,这是治国之道,我写在这里。”

36.清除恩怨

定义: En: 青睐; 怨恨:仇恨。 好与坏的界限是非常明确的,毫不含糊。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十回:“某苏知云,常傲慢不忍下,欺强不欺弱;恩怨与怨恨”。恩怨分明,忠心永文。”

37. 反败为胜

释义:转败为胜。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十六章:“将军急,可以组织军队,固守堡垒,即使被谗言,也能反败为胜。”辛苦了,虽是古代名将,何必受人称赞!”

38. 法律没有偏袒

释义: 法:法律; 偏袒的英文爱:人情、私情。 法律没有偏见。 意味着执法公正,不涉及个人感情。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十二章:“父子在家,君臣主事。法不徇私,直行正直。”深的。”

39.反击

解读:调转武器,攻击原来的阵营。

资料来源:《尚书·武城》:“前者迁叛,攻其后方。” 明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十七章:“我与杨将军反目,攻之。但观火为信号,文文侯可以兵相应应”。 ”。

例子来自老基地,情况看得更清楚,~,很容易控制强敌的死亡。 (鲁迅《坟墓·写在“坟墓”后面)

39. 努力工作

定义:花费精力和思想。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十二章:“我辛辛苦苦为你抵御敌人,如今你积累了财富,却吝于赏赐,如何能士兵服役?”

40. 烧香祈福

释义:烧香:点燃的香。 崇拜:向受人尊敬的人或神灵下跪、下拜。 烧香跪拜,以示尊敬和服从。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十章:“但相传宣德前军……所到之处,秋无害。民拥老旧”。年轻人,走遍大路观看,烧香礼拜。”

41. 辉煌

释义:常指前途的伟大或事业的伟大。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十一章:“护送龙虎军二万五千人,分五对,每对五千人,旗幡青五色,黄、红、白、黑,马以其本来面目,灿烂辉煌。”

42. 诡计多端

释义:trick:狡猾的诡计; 结束:项目、点。 描述了许多糟糕的想法。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第117章:“徐曰:‘魏多计谋,取永州。’”

43.鼓声和号角声

释义:鼓:战鼓; 号角:古代军队中的乐器,即号角。 战鼓擂响,号角吹响。 形容军队进攻时阵型雄伟。

资料来源:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十九章:“前方鼓角齐鸣,一彪军出,放了马谡,拦住了张郃。”

44.官地位低,权力弱

定义:官职不够重要,影响力很小。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第八十二章:“孙权虽有大才,乃残汉骠骑将军,南昌侯之职,若为小官,势力必弱,尚有畏惧中原之心,若能改正,陛下若能当政,陛下将更上一层楼。”

45.鬼神难测

定义: 测量:猜测、估计。 连鬼神都无法预测。 描述的极其神奇和神秘。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第四十九章:“喻惊曰:‘此人有能克天地之能,能预知鬼神。天啊!如果留此人活着,那就是东吴的祸根了。”

46.时间过得真快

释义:流逝:时间一点一点过去。 意思是时间在慢慢流逝。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第三十七章:“玄德归新野后,时光荏苒,已是新春”。

47、缓军之策

定义:拖延对手进攻的策略。 指的是拖延时间,然后再想解决办法。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第九十九回:“孔明以缓兵之策,渐退汉中,都督为何疑他,不及早追击?”

48.虎入羊群

释义:老虎撞上了羊。 比喻强者冲入弱者中间,随意杀戮。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十一章:“孔融见太史慈、关、张冲杀盗贼,如虎入羊群,无能为力。”阻止他们。”

49.虎身熊腰

释义:形容身材高大健壮。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第二章:“第一将军,生额宽面,虎身熊腰,富春人。”吴县,姓孙,名坚,字文泰,继孙无子。”

50. 猖獗

释义:形容反动势力活动猖獗,为所欲为。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十三章:“朝中无规矩者,无人敢言。”

51.无耻殷殷

释义:可笑,无耻。 形容生命受到侵蚀。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第一百一十九回:“公荒无义,不废贤者,当杀之。”

52.傲慢士兵的计划

定义:故意向敌人示弱的一种策略,以鼓励他们的骄傲,使他们低估敌人的粗心。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十章:“孟达密书宣玄德曰:‘黄忠连败数战,败退于通行证。 玄德惊问孔明,孔明曰:“此乃老将嚣张之计。”

53. 鼓金

释义:古时两军交战,以鼓金发号施令。 击鼓则进,鸣金则退。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第23章:“张辽能使人击鼓生金,许褚能使羊马成群。”

54、花样百出

定义:在古代小说中,足智多谋的人把对付敌人的策略写在纸条上,放在自己的工具箱里,以便当事人在紧急情况下打开。 比喻准备充分、巧妙的方法。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十四章:“君入吴,当受此三窍,囊中三妙计,当施行”。为了。”

55.推荐好男人

释义: 贤:胡有才德。 推荐品德优良、才华横溢的人。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第120回:“向贤人推荐良人,本是美事。何必向朝廷推荐人,抄写他们的奏章,而不让别人知道?”

56. 创业

释义:立基,通常比喻旧国的开国君主建立新的王朝或国家。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十四回:“我在位期间,皇帝段涉叛乱,开国立国,传至今。可惜奸臣齐出。” ,各占一侧。”

57.孔孟之道

释义:孔:孔子; 孟:孟子。 指儒家思想。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十章:“宋闻曹丞相不懂孔孟之道,兵力不能及孙武之机。是的?”

58. 宽容他人

释义:宽:宽容。 对待他人要宽宏大量。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十回:“素知刘备待人以善,以柔克刚,英雄无敌。”

59. 龙肝凤脑

释义:比喻极为稀有、珍贵的食物。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第三十六章:“玄德曰:‘备闻公将走,如左右手失。龙肝凤髓虽去,亦不甜。”

60. 龙肝凤髓

释义:比喻极为稀有、珍贵的食物。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第三十六章:“玄德曰:‘备闻公将走,如左右手失。龙肝凤髓虽去,亦不甜。”

61. 反对一切意见

定义:尽力排除各种意见,让自己的意见占上风。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第43章:“诸葛亮言辞争儒,鲁子尊威不服众议”。

62、老弱残军人

定义:比喻因年老、体弱或其他原因而无法工作的人。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第32章:“城中无粮,老弱残兵妇,可遣出投降,他们不肯”。准备好了,既然我带着军队跟随人民,我就攻击他们。”

63. 狼心遛狗

释义:心如狼,行如狗。 比喻贪婪、残忍、卑鄙、无耻。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七章:“昔日我视你为忠臣,提拔你为联盟盟主;如今你所做的是真正的狼心之人,怎能立于世!”

64.不要看起来很邪恶

释义:邪:通“偏”。 眼睛不会向侧面看。 比喻人做事要端正。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十一章:“妇人请朱同乘,朱上车端坐,面色不邪。”

65. 郁闷

定义: 抑郁:感觉不快乐或不安。 形容无法放下忧虑,心情不愉快。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十八回:“欲弃布而投人,而不忍;恐为人笑。整天不开心。”

66.漫山遍野

释义:山野间随处可见。 有很多描述。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十八回:“西凉府前线先锋马岱,率领大军一万五千,浩浩荡荡而来。 ”。

67. 愤怒地盯着

释义:睁大眼睛凝视。 形容某人即将发脾气的样子。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第三章:“李儒见丁原身后一人,生来威严威严,手执方天画戟。 ,并愤怒地瞪着眼睛。”

68. 战斗能力

释义:形容战斗经验丰富,善于格斗。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第43章:“足智多谋者,能征胜一两千余将。”

69.丧妻丧兵

释义:比喻试图占便宜,却遭受双重损失。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第五十五回:“周郎妙计平天下,丧妻丧兵。”

70. 泼油灭火

释义:灭火时倒油。 比喻事情处理不当,使事态更加严重。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十四章:“今令其为先锋,无异于倒油添火。”

71. 强词夺理

释义:强词:有力的论据; 夺取:争夺。 指提出无理的论点,即使没有理由也坚持有道理。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第四十三章:“席上一人忽曰:‘孔明所言,皆狂妄无理,非实也。需要多说。”

72. 青山不老

释义:比喻永恒。 也泛指很长一段时间。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第六十回:“青山不老,绿水长流,未来有事,后会有报。”

73. 感觉有血有肉

定义:形容像家人一样的亲密关系。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第四十七回:“吾与功夫(黄盖)同骨血肉,故来献秘籍。”

74.曲艺盈盈

定义:将自己的意志屈服于他人; 来迎合自己的意愿。 寻找奉承他人的方法。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第八章:“卓偶有小病,貂蝉解不开衣裳。歌声谄媚,卓心愈欢” ”。

75. 乐器雄伟

释义:形容人精力充沛,气度不凡。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第四十三章:“张昭等人见孔明凤俊美,器物雄伟,便料到此人前来游说。 ”

76. 雄伟雄伟

释义:形容人精力充沛,气度不凡。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第四十三章:“张昭等人见孔明凤俊美,器物雄伟,便料到此人前来游说。 ”

77.忍辱负重

定义:偷:对某事感到满意。 忍辱负重,生存下去。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第八章:“因不与将出手,故忍辱而存”。

78. 我无法控制自己。

释义:出自:服从。 你无法控制自己的身体。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七十四章:“吾受命所遣,身不由己,望大王慈悲,誓报之”与死亡。”

79. 不可预测

释义: 衡量:推测。 事情极其神秘,连神鬼都难以预测。 没有人能猜出描述。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第八十七章:“诸将俯首曰:‘丞相算计难测。’”

80.到处都是尸体

定义:尸体遍布各处。 形容死者众多。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七章:“大军驱赶,尸横遍野。”

81.等待死亡

释义:死:死。 绑住双手,等死。 比喻遇到困难时不积极思考解决办法,坐以待毙。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第七章:“兵临城下,逼近壕沟,岂能坐以待毙?”

82. 手无寸铁

释义:寸:形容事物微小而微小; 铁:指武器。 他手里没有任何武器。

出处:明代罗贯中《三国演义》第十九章:“郭淮率兵而来,见魏祎手无寸铁,拔枪追之。”

83. 威望震惊

释义:声势、威望迅速提升,十分震撼。

Source: Chapter 110 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “The general’s achievements have been accomplished and his reputation is great.”

84. I am in the Cao camp but my heart is in the Han Dynasty.

Definition: It is a metaphor that although the body is on the opposite side, the mind is thinking about the side where it was originally.

Source: Chapter 25 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms”

85, the sky is sad and the earth is miserable

Definition: Heaven and earth feel sad and miserable. Describes extremely tragic (mostly used to enhance the atmosphere).

Source: Chapter 14 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “It’s night, the sky is sad and the earth is miserable, the moonlight is dull, and Kong Ming is dying.”

86. See you sincerely

Interpretation: sincerity: believe. Refers to treat people with sincerity.

Source: Chapter 85 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “I and the Lord of Shu, I sincerely believe that I know my true heart and will not kill my family.”

87. Chicken tile dog

Definition: A chicken made of mud, a dog made of tiles. A metaphor that has a false name but no practical use.

Source: Chapter 25 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Cao Cao pointed to Yan Liang’s formation at the foot of the mountain. It had clear flags, guns and swords, and was orderly and powerful. He said to Guan Gong: ‘The people and horses in Hebei are so majestic!’ Guan Gong said. : ‘From what I see, it looks like a chicken with tiles and a dog’s ears!’

88. Store Grain and Accumulate Grass

Definition: To store grain and fodder.

Source: Chapter 70 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “There is a mountain here, named Tiandang Mountain. In the mountain is where Cao Cao gathered grain and accumulated grass.”

89. Lack of Greed

Definition: Insatiable and never satisfied.

Source: Chapter 15 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “You are not greedy enough! You have won Wu County, but you have also conquered our territory!”

90. In vain

Interpretation: Empty fame. Refers to the nameless.

Source: Chapter 95 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “But it was said that Sima Yi returned to the stronghold and asked people to find out who would lead the troops to guard the street pavilion. The reply was: ‘It is Ma Liang’s younger brother Ma Di.’ Yi smiled and said : ‘A person with a false reputation is a mediocre person!'”

91. Don’t be lazy, don’t forget

Definition: don’t: don’t want; laze: slack off; forget: forget. A warning not to slack off and not to forget.

Source: Chapter 85 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “When you work with the prime minister, you should do things like your father, don’t wait and don’t forget!”

92. Majestic

Definition: majestic: majestic air; awe-inspiring: serious, awe-inspiring appearance. To describe the momentum or grandeur that makes people awe-inspiring.

Source: Chapter 7 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Look at that young man. He is eight feet tall, has thick eyebrows and big eyes, a broad face and a majestic appearance.”

93. Nothing to do

Definition: Ji: strategy, method; Shi: display. 没有办法可用。

Source: Chapter 8 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Wang Yun said: ‘The traitor Dong Zhuo wants to usurp the throne, and the civil and military officials in the court have nothing to do.'”

94. Nobody

Definition: Death: refers to soldiers in ancient times. The unknown soldier. A metaphor for a person without fame or status.

Source: Chapter 41 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “I saw a general on Pegasus leading the army out of the city, shouting: ‘Wei Yan is a nobody, how dare you cause chaos!'”

95、Will never die

Definition: Ten Thousand Deaths: Die ten thousand times, describing risking one’s life. Even if it happens a thousand times, I won’t refuse. Expressed his willingness to serve to the death.

Source: Chapter 8 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Diao Chan said: ‘I once said, as long as I have an envoy, I will not give up even if I die.'”

96. Everything is ready, all we need is the east wind.

Definition: Everything is ready, except that the east wind doesn’t blow, so we can’t set fire to it. Metaphorically, everything is ready, except for the last important condition.

Source: Chapter 49 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Kong Ming asked for paper and pen, retreated to the left and right, and secretly wrote sixteen characters: If you want to defeat Duke Cao, you should attack with fire; everything is ready, all you need is the east wind.”

97. Object hurts its kind

Definition: Refers to feeling sad when seeing the death of the same kind and thinking about one’s own future fate. It is a metaphor for feeling sad after seeing the experiences of people who are in a similar situation to yourself.

Source: Chapter 89 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “‘The rabbit dies and the fox is sad, and everything hurts its own kind.’ You and I are the masters of each cave. We have no injustice in the past, why do you harm me?”

98. Heartbroken

Interpretation: Ju: Both. Scared my heart and guts. Describes being greatly frightened.

Source: Chapter 37 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Secretly thinking about the Miao descendants of the Han Dynasty, talking about famous people indiscriminately, ambushing the emperor’s mausoleum, the rule of law is broken, the heroes are in chaos, the evil party is bullying the emperor, and the heart is broken. .”

99. Talking about empty words

Definition: Talking in vain is a waste of energy. Meaning that speaking doesn’t work.

Source: Chapter 42 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Liu Shijun and General Sun have never been together, so I am afraid that they will be useless.”

100. Ambitious

Interpretation: Huai: Huaihou. He has great ambitions.

Source: Chapter 21 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “A heroic husband is one who has great ambitions, has a good plan, has the opportunity to hide the universe, and can swallow the aspirations of heaven and earth.”

101. Unpredictable

Definition: 心心: the people’s heart, intention; 叵: impossible. It means that the intention is sinister and cannot be guessed.

Source: Chapter 57 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Cao Cao has ulterior motives. If my uncle goes, he may be harmed.”

102. Courtesy first, Soldiers later

Definition: Li: courtesy; Bing: force. First negotiate with the other party according to normal etiquette. If this fails, use force or other strong means to resolve the matter.

Source: Chapter 11 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Liu Bei came from afar to rescue him. He should be polite first and then send troops. The lord should answer him with kind words, be prepared with caution, and then attack the city with troops. The city can be broken.”

103. Lure the tiger into self-defense

Definition: lead: attract. Attract the tiger and defend yourself. It is a metaphor for trying to rely on evil people, but in the end, you suffer harm from them.

Source: Chapter 63 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong in the Ming Dynasty: “Yan Yan was in Bajun, and when he heard that Liu Zhangfa was inviting Xuande to enter Sichuan, he sighed in his heart and said: ‘This is the so-called one who sits alone on a poor mountain and leads a tiger to defend himself. !'”

104. Hidden form

Definition: introduction: scales. Hidden form so that no one can see it.

Source: Chapter 21 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “A dragon can be big or small. It can rise or hide. If it is big, it can stir up clouds and spit out mist. If it is small, it can hide and hide its form.”

105. Nice smile

Definition: 掬: to hold with both hands. 形容微笑。

Source: Chapter 95 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “I saw Kong Ming sitting on the tower, smiling broadly, burning incense and playing the piano.”

106. Bad intentions

Definition: Refers to a person who has dishonest intentions and is dishonest.

Source: Chapter 19 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Gong Ri: ‘Your mind is not right, so I abandon you!'”

107. Lose your good reputation

Definition: Hugh: Beautiful. A wonderful reputation.

Source: Chapter 4 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong in the Ming Dynasty: “Chenliu Wangxie, Shengde Weimao, the rules are awe-inspiring; when mourning and mourning, do not speak evil; the reputation of the world is heard; it is suitable to inherit the great cause, and it is for the world. system.”

108. Cut iron like mud

Definition: Cutting iron is like chopping clay. The weapon is described as extremely sharp.

Source: Chapter 41 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “The green sword cuts iron like mud, it is extremely sharp.”

109. Opportunity to take advantage of

Definition: There is a loophole to exploit.

Source: Chapter 110 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “There is a gap in the Wei Dynasty that can be exploited. If we don’t attack it now, when will we wait?”

110. Raising elite animals

Definition: nourish: recuperate; 保存:积累; sharp: vigor. Maintain your spirit and gather your energy.

Source: Chapter 34 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “If you wait for half a year, you will have more capable animals, and Liu Biao and Sun Quan will be able to defeat them all at once.”

111. One-sided words

Definition: What is said by one of the two parties in the dispute.

Source: Chapter 150 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “If you listen to these words today, Yang Yi and others will definitely defect to Wei.”

112. Relying on the power to dominate others

Definition: Using power to bully others.

Source: Chapter 1 of Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong in the Ming Dynasty: “My surname is Guan, my name is Yu, and my style name is Changsheng. Later, it was changed to Yunchang, and I was also a man of Jieliang from Hedong. Because I was powerful and relied on power to bully others, I killed him; I have been fleeing the world for five or six years.”

113. Shaky

Definition: shake: shake, sway; drop: fall. It is described as very dangerous and will fall down soon, or unstable and will collapse soon.

Source: Chapter 104 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Everyone looked at it and saw that it was dark and crumbling.”

114. Recruiting troops

Definition: In the old days, it meant organizing or expanding armed forces. It is a metaphor for organizing or expanding manpower.

Source: Chapter 28 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “So he raised his army and stationed in Runan, recruited troops and horses, and Xu Tu marched in.”

115. Decorations and lanterns

Definition: Hang up lanterns and tie colorful silk. Describes festivals or festive events.

Source: Chapter 69 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Tell the residents in the city to put on all the lights and colors to celebrate the festival.”

116. Sit back and do nothing.

Definition: sit and watch: sit and watch. When you see others encountering difficulties or danger, you sit aside and watch without going to rescue them.

Source: Chapter 117 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Sichuan is in danger, how can I just sit back and do nothing to save it?”

117. Choose the master and act

Definition: thing: service. The old finger chooses Mingzhu to do things for him.

Source: Chapter 14 of “The Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Luo Guanzhong of the Ming Dynasty: “Don’t you hear that ‘good birds choose trees to live in, and virtuous ministers choose their masters to serve?'”

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