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مُساهمةموضوع: proverbs anglais   2010-01-21, 15:55


Long absent, soon forgotten
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He who's afraid of leaves,
Must not come into a wood
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An apple, an egg, and a nut,
You may eat after a slut.
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Grasp all, lose all.
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Almost and hard by,
Save many a lie.
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If he is angry,
He must beplaised again.
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Burn not thy fingers to snuff another man's candle.
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Strech your arm no farther than your sleeve.
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The perfection of art,
Is to conceal art.
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Assiduity makes all things easy.
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Things hardly attained,
Are long retained
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Bacchus has drowned more men,
Than Neptune.
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A good bargain is a pick-purse.
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Dry bargains,
Are seldom successful.
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More words than one,
Go to a bargain.
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Bear, and forbear.
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Early to go to bed, and early to rise,
Make a man wealthy and wise.
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Where bees are,
There will be honey.
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One bee makes no swarm.
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A proud mind and a beggar's purse,
Agree ill together.
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Set a beggar on horseback,
And he will ride a galop.
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Beggars must not be chusers.
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Sue a beggar,
And catch a louse.
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Better die a beggar,
Than live a beggar.
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Well begun,
Half ended.
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A good begining,
Makes a good ending.
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He that seeks other to beguile,
Is often overtaken in his wile.
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A fat belly,
Alean brain.
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Better belly burst,
Than good drink lost.
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A new besom sweps clean.
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Seldom comes a better.
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Fast bind, fast find
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A bird in the hand,
Is worth two in the bush.
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Birds of a feather,
Flock together.
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Every bird must hatch her own eggs.
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If you cannot bite,
Never shew your teeth.
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Don't bark, if you can't bite.
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Every bean has its black.
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Pepper is black, yet it has a good smack;
Snow is white, yet it lies in the dike.
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Better one eye than quite blind.
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A blithe heart makes a bloomy visage.
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He that goes a borrowing,
Goes a sorrowing.
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A book borrowed is sooner read then a book bought.
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Boys will be boys.
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An empty brain
Is the devil's shop
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Birth is much,
But breeding is more.
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A bad bush is better than the open field.
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Fools build houses,
And wise men buy them.
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No butter will stick to my bread.
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Better buy than borrow.
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See for love,
And buy for money.
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Every one must live by is calling.
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Car will kill a cat.
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When every one takes care of himself,
The care is taken for all.
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No carrion will kill a crow.
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Charity begins at home.
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Wo to the house where there is no chiding.
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Chidren and chickens must always be picking.
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Chidren, when little, make parents fools,
When great, mads.
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The nearer the chuch,
The further from God.
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Claw me, claw thee.
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A ragged colt may make a good horse.
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Confession of a fault, is half amended.
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He is a hill cook, who cannot lick his finger.
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A dry cough it, the trumpeter of death.
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He that won't be consll'd, can't be help'd.
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Far from court, far from care.
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Full of coutesy, full of craft.
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Less of your courtesy, and more of your purse.
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The couvetous man, like a dog in a wheel,
Roast meat for others.
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All covet,
All lose.
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There is craft in daubing.
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Shameless craving must have a shamful nay.
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The better day,
The better deed.
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Good debts becom bad, if not call'd in.
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Delay breeds danger.
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All is not lost that is delayed.
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First deserve, and then desire.
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Desperate diseases require desperate remedies.

What is got over the devil's back,
Is spent under his belly.
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As good eat the devil,
As the broth he is boil'd in.
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Diamond cut diamond.
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In too much discourse, truth ist lost.
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An ounce of discretion is worth a pound of wit.
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Give a dog a bad name,
And hang him.
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Ever drunk, ever dry.
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Dumb folks get no land.
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Early to go to bed, and early to rise,
Make a man healty, wealthy, and wise.
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Early sow, early mow.
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It is very hard to shave an egg.
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All is well, that ends well.
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What can't be cured, must be endured.
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Soon enough,
Is well enough.
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There's never enough,
Where nought is left.
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Experience is the mistress of fools.
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He is a fool,That will not give an egg for an ox.
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The eye of the master,
Does more than bote his hands.
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A good face needs to band,
And a bad one deserves none.
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A faint heart never won a fair lady.
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Better out of the world, than out of the fashion.
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Better at the latter end of a feast,
Than the beginning of a fray.
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Fine feathers make fine birds.
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He who never climb'd, never fell.
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The fewer, the better chear.
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He that buys lands, buys many stones
He that buys flesh, buys many bones,
He that buys eggs, buys many shells,
But he that buys good ale,
Buys nothing else.
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Fire and water are good servants,
But bad masters.
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One must have been received seven years into a house,
Before he touches the fire.
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First come, first served.
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The cow that's first up gets,
The first of the dew.
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No fence against a flail.
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What I can't do by might,
I'll do it by flight.
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Every flow has its ebb.
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Fools make feast, and wise man eat them.
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Nought but a fol i will hin call,
That writes his name upon a wall.
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No man is a fool always,
Every one some times.
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Forbearance is no acquitance.
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Never praise a ford, til you get over.
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Forewarned, forearmed.
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Never seek that by foul means,
Which you may have by fair.
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Tho' the fox runs,
The chicken has wings.
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When the fox preaches, beware of your geeses.
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Be a friend to one
And an enemy to none.
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A friend in need, is a friend indeed.
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A friend is not so soon gotten as lost.
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Better to commend the vertue of an enemy,
Than flatter the vice of a friend.
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When good cheer is laking,
Friends will be packing.
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In time of prosperity,
Friends are plenty.
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When the well is full, it will run.
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Light gains make a heavy purse.
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Save a thief from the gallows,
And he will cut your throat.
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When they give a cow,
Run and fetch a haller.
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Give a thing, and take a thing.
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Ill got, ill spent.
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Tell me will whom thou goest,
And i'll tell what thou doest.
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Got striket with the left hand,
And stroaket with the right.
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Man does what he can,
But God what he will.
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What is sauce for the goose,
Is sauce for the gander.
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While the grass grows,
The steer starves.
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Great bodies move slowly.
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Great boast, small roast.
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Fresh fish and new-come guests,
Smell when they are three days old.
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An unbidden guest must bring his stool with him.
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A guilty conscience needs no accuser.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs anglais   2010-01-23, 11:59

[size=24]hello my best friend..thank you very much for these proverbs..really they are good.so be care for yourself.god bliss you[/size]
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs anglais   2010-01-26, 15:35

شكرا لك اخي الحبيب يوسف.

بارك الله فيك و انار طريقك.

لك مني اطيب تحي
ة
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs anglais   2010-07-27, 03:20

Sooooooooooo lonnnng
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs anglais   2010-08-27, 02:43

شكرا لك على الرد الطيب .
اتمنى ان تستفيد من الموضوع.
لك مني اطيب تحية.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs anglais   2010-08-27, 02:53

اعتذر على الموضوع الطويل . اخترت ان يكون طويلا لكي اتمكن من جمع اكبر رصيد ممكن من الامثال الانجليزية و ذلك لتعم الفائدة ان شاء الله.
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