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Meaning of 以逸待劳

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dài láo (Trad.: 以逸待勞)
to wait at one's ease for the exhausted enemy; to nurture one's strength and bide one's time (idiom)
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Antonyms: 疲于奔命
Example Sentences
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This method advantage:Need Lao by Yi, stupid lacking innovation, there is sense of achievement.
2
But that is too risky a bet to allow Mr Obama many restful nights between now and election day.
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As the Spurs and Kings beat up each other, the Mavericks get to wait.
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Win at home against Sacramento on Sunday, and they will wait for the Mavericks.
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Occupy vantage point, suddenly aggression, absence Lao along Yi, this what period, it are the new soldiers' bad situation to tin make up all of Vinaceous Rosefinch soldiers.