10 Chinese Idioms to express Happiness in Chinese – 10個形容玩的很開心的成語
In the last post, we learned how to say happy in Chinese in different ways, today let me tell me how to say happy in Chinese idioms.
(lè bù kě zhī). zhī means Support, Happy to the point where you can’t control yourself. Described as extremely happy.
(liú lián wàng fǎn): Reluctant to leave. Refers to indulging in entertainment and forgetting to return. Later often describe the nostalgia for beautiful scenery or things.
(xǐ chū wàng wài): Encountered an unexpected happy event; very happy in my heart.
(xīn xǐ ruò kuáng): Described as extremely happy. Rejoice: joy; if: as if; mad: feeling out of control.
(lè bù sī shǔ): Shu: refers to the state of Shu during the Three Kingdoms period. After Liu Shan, the empress of Shu, surrendered to Sima Zhao; he was placed in Luoyang and still lived a debauched life; he was so happy that he did not want to return to China. It is a metaphor for being happy and forgetting to return or being happy and forgetting one’s origin.
(xiào zhú yán kāi): Smiling so that his face relaxed. Described as smiling; very happy look. zhú means Chase: drive; Yan: face.
(bù yì lè hū): Also: also, the modal particle expressing question in classical Chinese; it is equivalent to “do” or “ne”. Isn’t it also happy? Later used to describe how the situation has developed.
(méi kāi yǎn xiào): The brows are stretched; the eyes are smiling. Described as very happy.
(xīng gāo cǎi liè): High spirits; full of energy. Picking: spirit; strong: strong; vigorous.
(xīn huā nù fàng): I was happy like a flower in full bloom. Described as extremely happy. In full bloom: in full bloom.