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dā cuò xián
phr. means there is something wrong in one's mind or have said/done something silly or abnormal
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How is 搭错弦 used in a sentence? (dā cuò xián)
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搭错弦 (dā cuò xián) is an expression used to describe someone who has said or done something silly or abnormal. It literally translates to "stringing the wrong chord", implying that the person has made a mistake or is out of tune.
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