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Petty Chicken Idioms
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ID: QW0264 Upper-Intermediate
We're back with another animal-related idioms edition of Qing Wen! This time we'll be touching on a half-dozen idioms related to none other than the humble chicken! OK, we admit these might not be as glamorous and magnificent as our previous collection of idioms related to tigers, but hey, they're equally practical (plus, we're pretty sure chickens are substantially more nutritious than tigers). Check it out now!
Sat Aug 04 2012 | Connie, Jenny, Greg
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Petty and miserly.
Stomach and intestines.
zhè ge rén hěn xiǎodùjīcháng 。
This person is very petty and miserly.
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