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At one swoop in Kanji



Description for "At one swoop in Kanji"

To cast down a net once and catch many fish. In turn, to capture all the members of the crew in one fell swoop. Clearing up complex situations all at once.

A four-letter idiom made from an old Chinese history book

Japanese says “Ichi mo da jin”.
“Ichimo Dajin” is said to be derived from the ancient Chinese history book “Sung Shi”, a Chinese text “Fan Chunren”. Many people seem to misunderstand it, but it was originally said to be a word shouted when catching bad guys, and catching fish and beasts is an afterthought.

English parallel translation example

make a wholesale arrest.

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