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司空见惯
[ sīkōngjiànguàn ] = Long story short : 司空 comes from the Ancient Chinese title of “the Minister of Construction” who, during a feast, commented on the presence of “sing-song girls” as 见惯 (“a common sight”). English eq. : A common sight, an everyday occurrence I.e 在中国,闯红灯是司空见惯的事。 Zài Zhōngguó, chuǎnghóngdēng shì sīkōngjiànguàn de shì. In China, people running red lights is a common sight
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