鞍马劳顿 (Chinese PinYin: [ān mǎ láo dùn]; traditional Chinese: 鞍馬勞頓) may mean: (1) be travel-worn; (2) tired because of long travel on horseback; (3) feel fatigued after a long journey. It is a Chinese idiomatic expression that originates from the Yuan poetic drama “潇湘雨 (Rain On My Broken Heart)” with the relevant originate text being: “兴儿，我一路上鞍马劳顿，我权且歇息。(Xing, I need to take a rest after the long travel on horseback”. Some common phrases and expressions are: 一路鞍马劳顿 (fatigued after a long journey), 经历了鞍马劳顿 (endures all sorts of hardships during a long trip).
Literally: 鞍 (saddle, riding) + 马 (horse) + 劳 (hard-working) + 顿 (tired)
1. How to pronounce 鞍马劳顿 ?
Chinese Pinyin: [ān mǎ láo dùn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 鞍马劳顿
Synonyms: 人困马乏, 鞍马劳倦, 鞍马劳神
Antonyms: 神采奕奕, 精神抖擞
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 鞍马劳顿
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 一路鞍马劳顿 (fatigued after a long journey), 经历了鞍马劳顿 (endures all sorts of hardships during a long trip),
4. How to use 鞍马劳顿 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 鞍马劳顿.
Translation: It was only a slight attack of faintness, resulting from the tedious day’s journey, and the excitement of arrival.
Translation: After the gruelling journey you would find out it seems impossible to resist the hotel beds.
Translation: You avoid the tiring travel to and from class, and on the Internet it is easy to cancel or change your tutor whenever you want.
Translation: That night, both my husband and I were very tired from our trip and we went to bed exhausted.
Translation: He leaves the city, he travels far and wide, and endures all sorts of hardships.
4.6 “没问题，” 经历了鞍马劳顿的约翰向他保证道，“就要这间了。”
Translation: “No problem,” the tired traveler assured him. “I’ll take it.”
Translation: Certainly the trouble of traveling to a certain extent, affect their game in the state.
Translation: It will help wash away the strains of the day caused by the tiring travel.
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