阿Q

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Mandarin[edit]

simpl. and trad.
Q

Etymology[edit]

  • From the name of the main character in Lu Xun's “The True Story of A Q” (《阿Q正传》) who believes his defeats are victories.

Adjective[edit]

阿Q (traditional and simplified, Pinyin Ā Q)

  1. (slang) foolish

Noun[edit]

阿Q (traditional and simplified, Pinyin Ā Q)

  1. (slang) a foolish person

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Proper noun[edit]

阿Q (traditional and simplified, Pinyin Ā Q)

  1. Ah Q, a character in Lu Xun's story.