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I don’t know there is shame in the world Idiom

Pinyin

[compensate shí rén jiān yǒu xiū chǐ shì]

Traditional Chinese
[Being ashamed of not knowing people’s idleness]

s

[ancient idiom]

synonym
[I don’t know there is shame in the world]

antonym

[no content yet]

emotional color

[pejorative idiom]

usage frequency

[general idiom]

Basic explanation
I don’t know there is shame in the world. Describe shameless.

Idiom origin
Song Ouyang Xiu’s “Advice with Gao Si”: “It’s because I no longer know that there are shameful things in the world.

Instructions
As a predicate, attributive; refer to people who have no shame

example
Mao Zedong’s “Unite All Anti-Japanese Forces and Oppose Anti-Communist Diehards”: “Selling their one-party autocracy’s dog meat, shameless, ranting, and ignorant of the shameful things in the world.”

Translation (English)
die to shame

[bù shí rén jiān yǒu xiū chǐ shì]

繁体
[不識人閒有羞恥事]

年代
[古代成语]

近义词
[不知人间有羞耻事]

反义词
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感情色彩
[贬义成语]

使用频率
[一般成语]

基本解释
不知道人世间还有羞耻之事。形容恬不知耻。

成语出处
宋 欧阳修《与高司谏书》:“是足下不复知人间有羞耻事尔。

使用方法
作谓语、定语;指人不知廉耻

例子
毛泽东《团结一切抗日力量,反对反共顽固派》:“卖他们的一党专制的狗肉,死皮赖脸,乱吹一顿,不识人间有羞耻事。”

翻译(英语)
die to shame

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