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Meaning of 满坑满谷

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mǎn kēng mǎn (Trad.: 滿坑滿谷)
(idiom) all over the place; in every nook and cranny; packed to the rafters
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It is a fine day, so plenty of people come to enjoy the flowers in the park.
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Why people insist on wearing horses on their head when there's an entire horse race before their eyes remains a mystery to us.
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The street - cleaners then move in to mop up the accumulated rubbish and dirt caused by the night - long revellery.
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The supply lines running from the United States and Great Britain to the Continent were secure and stuffed with men and matériel being sent to the front.
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The world is filled with smart, talented, educated and gifted people. We meet them every day.