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慣用 句

慣用 句What is (Kanyoku)?CustomHas been widely used for a long time as a groupword・ A synonym for a phrase or phrasePhrases,idiomThere is.

Overview

An idiom is two or more words単 語Refers to something that is tightly bound and has a completely different meaning,LinguisticsTypicallyidiomIs called. Idioms are used as fixed phrases in conversations and sentences.

With idiomsproverbSince (proverbs) are easily confused and difficult to classify, many dictionaries contain both proverbs and idioms. Strictly speaking, the proverb is established as an independent word in one sentence,motto, Lessons, irony, and laws of things (eg, "Kobo is also a mistake in writing," "losing but winning," "Mikabozu," etc.). AndPart of speechThen.nounIt is divided into.

On the other hand, they are fixed phrases that have different meanings due to the compounding of words that are independent of idioms, and they are not usually treated as independent words, that is, nouns.

For example, the idiom "Before the root of the tongue dries" is "tongue (noun)" + "no (particle)" + "root (noun)" + "no (particle)" + "dry (verb)" It is composed of "imperfective form" + "nu (auxiliary verb)" + "uchi (noun)" + "ni (particle)", and each has a different meaning. On the other hand, "before the root of the tongue dries" becomes an idiomatic expression that means "immediately after the mouth is spoken", and after this word, an expression that denies the previous context always comes.

"Legs come out" etc.verb,adjective,Adjective verbWhen using as a predicate, depending on the situation of conversation and sentencesInflection(However, there are some that are classified as proverbs even if they end with a verb, such as "a bird leaves from your feet"). Also, idioms are lessons like a sayingmottoIt does not function as a function, but is a funny expression of daily behavior and the state of things.

That is, the idiom is a kindMetaphor(metaphor) It is also an expression, and their meanings are fixed. Therefore, if you do not understand the meaning correctly, you may use it in a strange way, or you may give a wrong response to the person who used it.

In addition, although idioms almost overlap with the definition of idioms, they also include phrases that have been customarily used for a long time, such as "None-no-seven habits," and may have nuances close to proverbs.[1].

In addition, idioms are often confused with phrases and idioms,ChengyuSometimes used as an abbreviation for. In Chinese-speaking countries, in JapanFour character idiomatic compoundsIt is used almost synonymously with.

Linguistics idioms

An idiom in linguistics, i.e.idiom(Idiom) is customarily defined as a collocation expression with fixed meanings and examples, such as lexical idioms (lexical idioms), phrasal idioms, and formal idioms. There is.

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  1. ^ "An example dictionary of synonyms that understand how to use" Shogakukan (1994)

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