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Meaning of 闭门造车

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mén zào chē (Trad.: 閉門造車)
lit. to build a cart behind closed doors; to be overly subjective and disregard the outside world (idiom)
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Antonyms: 集思广益
Example Sentences
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I spend a lot of time, ah, visiting and talking to people from other companies to try to make sure that we' re not insular, that we' re not losing a cutting-edge of change.
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Colin Furze, 31, spent a month building the 25-seater bike, which is as long as a tennis court!
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In my opinion, the development of the characters from complex to simple is inevitable, but it does not mean that so-called elites make cars behind the closed door.
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And it is not operating behind closed doors, he says.
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It's a completely individualistic approach to music-making, requiring hours of isolation and limited interaction with other musicians.