Set phrase: Definition, meaning and example of 安步当车

By | May 14, 2013

Definition of 安步当车(ān’bù-dàngchē)

安步 means walking calmly. The term 安步当车 refers to calmly walking liking driving a car, it shows a quiet and peace of mind. It is also used to describe a person who is not greedy with character of inner peace.

Example of 安步当车

晚饭过后,在小区里面随便走走,安步当车,身心都能放松下来。

After dinner, by taking a casual walk in the community, both our body and mind can relax down.

 

Synonyms: 缓步代车

Antonyms: 匆匆忙忙

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