此地无垠三百两
释义:比喻想要隐瞒掩饰,结果反而暴露。

古时候,有个叫张三的人,他费了好大的劲儿,才积攒三百两银子,心里很高兴。但他总是怕别人偷去,就找了一只箱子,把三百两银子钉在箱中,然后埋在屋后地下。

可是他还是不放心,怕别人到这儿来挖,于是就想了一个"巧妙"的办法,在纸张上写道:“此地无银三百两”七个字,贴在墙角边,这才放心地走了。

谁知道他的举动,都被隔壁的王二看到了。半夜,王二把三百两银子全偷走了。为了不让张三知道,他在一张纸上写道:“隔壁王二不曾偷”贴在墙上。张三第二天早上起来,到屋后去看银子,银子不见了,一见纸条,才恍然大悟。

There is no silver buried in the ground
Meaning: To want to conceal something, but ended up with the secret being exposed.

During ancient times, there was a man named Zhang San, through his hard work and efforts, he managed to accumulate three hundred and twenty silver bars, and was very happy. But he was always afraid of others stealing from him, so he found a crate, sealed the three hundred and twenty silver in it, and then buried it in the ground behind his house.

But he was not at ease, fearing that others would come to dig up the silver, so he thought of a "clever" idea: he wrote on a piece of paper: "There is no silver buried here in the ground", posted it on the wall and feeling reassured, he left.

Little does he know, everything that he did was seen by his neighbor next door, Wang'Er. In the middle of the night, Wang'Er stole all of the three hundred and twenty silver. In order to not let Zhang San know, he wrote on a piece of paper: "Next door's Wang'Er did not steal" and posted on the wall. Zhang San got up the next morning, went behind the house to check the money, but the silver was gone. He saw the note and suddenly understood.