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Meaning of 浅尝辄止

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qiǎn cháng zhé zhǐ (Trad.: 淺嘗輒止)
to dabble and stop (idiom); to dip into; to attempt half-heartedly; content with a smattering of knowledge; also written 浅尝辄止 ; to dabble and stop (idiom); to dip into; to attempt half-heartedly; content with a smattering of knowledge
Example Sentences
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Superficial answers don't satisfy you now.
2
Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed.
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The theory of elegance seeking in poetry and ode was seldom paid adequate attention to in academic field.
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I try everything but don't put an effort in any, so there are lots of things to be done.
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By far, there are only a few researches on the processing of creative flunking, let alone on the processing strategy.