- 理直气壮 [lǐ zhí qì zhuàng]
- be in the right and self-confident; A reasonable man is bold and straightforward.; be bold and straight; be courageous with sufficient reason(s); be justified and confident; be self-confident on the strength of one's righteousness; be upright and honest; justly and forceful; in bold and straightforward terms; One is audacious with logical reasons.; righteous indignation; self-confident on the strength of one's being right; Strong reasons make strong actions.; When one is right, his purpose is firm.; (speak) with compelling arguments and confidence; With justice on one's side, one is bold and assured:
reply confidently; 理直气壮地回答
speak with great confidence 说话理直气壮
You must be certain of your facts before you start flinging accusations (around) (at people).
There was an uneasy basis to his scorn which he partially understood.
He that serves well need not be afraid to ask his wages.
Our representative justly and forcefully refuted the other side rs fallacy.
This is a great morale boost.
So local democratic or individual decisions can be overridden with a clean conscience.
Mr Obama also has plenty of kitchen sinks of his own to throw at his rival.
I saw the tallest building in HongKong-the IFC.
Our representative justly and forcefully refuted the other side's fallacy.