Learning to Read and Write Chinese: 茅塞頓開

July 30th, 2010 § 0 comments

茅 máo,  Reeds, rushes, grass; surname
塞 shì, Room, home, house, chamber
茅室, Combined means bathroom

頓 dùn, dú, zhūn, Pause, stop/ bow, kowtow/ arrange
開 kāi, open/initiate, begin, start
頓開, Combined means to clear up or expelled from within

茅室頓開, you guessed it :D. Yes, your plugged pipes has been relieved in the bathroom. Alleluia! This also mean your stuck thoughts or problems is suddenly relived or thought through, an epiphany.

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