Prajna flattery, Chinese idiom, Pinyin is B ǎ IB ā NF è ngch é ng, which means to compliment and please people in various ways. From the golden thread pool by Guan Hanqing of Yuan Dynasty.
It means to please others
You should pay attention to his flattery. He wants something.
Analysis of Idioms
Antonym: making things difficult
The origin of Idioms
Guan Hanqing, Yuan Dynasty, wrote in the golden thread pool: "I'd like to follow my son, Qian Long. He flatters him. I'm often afraid that one can't keep him. How can I drive him out just three days later?"
Compliment and please people in various ways.
Chinese PinYin : bǎi bān fèng chéng
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strong wind and big waves. dà fēng dà làng
a long life. wàn shì wú jiāng
Every inch controls the wheel. cùn xiá zhì lún
an unheard-of fantastic story. qiān gǔ qí wén
the wilds were full of dead bodies of the starved. è piǎo biàn yě
The strong is the weak. qiáng běn ruò zhī
make a living away from home. chuǎng dàng jiāng hú
there is no secret about one 's movements. lái qù fēn míng
may be a little help. bù wú xiǎo bǔ