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Meaning of 千锤百炼

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qiān chuí bǎi liàn (Trad.: 千錘百鍊)
after hard work and numerous revisions (idiom); the vicissitudes of life
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Antonyms: 粗制滥造
Example Sentences
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I agree with you there and a good nail really does not fear the hammer.
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Because this style inevitably requires heavy doses of gut instincts tempered with beauty.
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Toughened by working under difficult conditions, his will-power became stronger.
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Because this style inevitably requiresheavydoses of gut instincts tempered with beauty.
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Idioms are fixed phrases that go through the test of history and cannot be treated separately.