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Meaning of 殚精竭虑

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dān jīng jié (Trad.: 殫精竭慮)
to exhaust one's thoughts and ingenuity (idiom); to think sth through thoroughly; to rack one's brains; to leave no stone unturned
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Antonyms: 敷衍塞责
Example Sentences
1
1949
Since 1949 the senior leaders of Communist Party of China and people with insight at home and abroad have been painstakingly advancing the reunification of our country.
2
AFDA
Behind the scenes the AFDA works tirelessly to make ultimate in Australia the best it can be.
3
Such adventures are challenging and demanding but well worth the effort.
4
西
怀
He's part of a long-standing American counterculture, the one that wonders whether all of our irritable striving to build and buy things is worth the bother.
5
使
Just as he worked hard to reach the Moon, now he works hard to perfect his painting.