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Are you sure that the four characters are correct? In Chinese, there are idioms called 八仙過海/漂洋過海/瞞天過海. But I never heard this idiom before.

If you have to translate it, 天means sky/heaven, 蟻means ant, 过海means cross the sea. So ants from heaven cross the sea.:oops:



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Thanks for reply. 

The ant word I mean more like hard "ngai". 

I think this idiom I have heard a lot onnthe cantonese(tvb) ancient tv-series. There are female actress promise to her hero follow him, and no one cannot stop they and ready to thien ngai kwo hoi with him.

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