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مُساهمةموضوع: proverbs in englishمكتبة الامثال والحكم الانجليزية(مع الشرح)   الأحد أكتوبر 04, 2009 9:12 am


Between the devil and the deep sea


To choose between two equally bad alternatives in a serious dilemma.





Where there's a will there's a way



When a person really wants to do
something, he will find a way of doing it.




A burnt child dreads fire


A bad experience or a horrifying incident
may scar one's attitude or thinking for a lifetime.




First come, first served


The
first in line will be attended to first.




A friend in need is a friend indeed


A friend who helps when one is in
trouble is a real friend.





Discretion is the better part of valor




If
you say discretion is the better part of valor, you mean that avoiding a
dangerous or unpleasant situation is sometimes the most sensible thing to
do.




A hungry man is an angry man


A person who does not get what he wants
or needs is a frustrated person and will be easily provoked to rage.





Empty vessels make the most noise



Those people who have a little knowledge usually talk
the most and make the greatest fuss.




A man is as old as he feels


A person's age is immaterial - it is only
when he thinks and feels that he is ageing that he actually becomes old.




Great talkers are little doers


Those people who talk a lot and are always teaching others usually do not
do much work.




An idle brain is the
devil's workshop



One who has nothing to do will
be tempted to do many mischievous acts.




An ounce of discretion is worth a pound of wit


It is better to be
careful and discrete than to be clever.




Faint heart never won fair lady


To succeed in life one must have the
courage to pursue what he wants.





A penny saved is a penny gained



By being thrifty one will be able to
save up.




A rolling stone gathers no moss



A person who never settles in one
place or who often changes his job will not succeed in life ; one who is
always changing his mind will never get anything done.




As you sow, so you shall reap


One will either enjoy or suffer the
consequences of his earlier actions or inactions.




Barking dogs seldom bite


Those who make loud threats seldom carry
them out.




Better late than never


To do something that is right, profitable, or
good a little late is still better than not doing it at all.




A bird in hand is worth two in the bush



Something that one already
has is better than going after something seemingly more worthwhile that
one may not be able to get.





Birds of a feather flock together



People of the same sort of
character or belief always go together.




Call a spade a spade



If you say
that someone calls a spade a spade, you mean that they speak frankly and
directly, often about embarrassing or unpleasant subjects; an informal
expression.




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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs in englishمكتبة الامثال والحكم الانجليزية(مع الشرح)   الأحد أكتوبر 04, 2009 9:14 am


Charity begins at home


A person's first obligation should be to help
the member of his own family before he can begin thinking of talking
about helping others.




Dead men tell no lies



( often used as an argument for killing someone
whose knowledge of a secret may cause one loss or get into serious
trouble.)




A great talker is a great liar


A smooth and persuasive talker may be
a good liar.




Every cloud has a silver lining



If
you say that every cloud has a silver lining, you mean that every sad or
unpleasant situation has a positive side to it. If you talk about silver
lining you are talking about something positive that comes out of a sad or
unpleasant situation.





All that glitters is not gold



Do not be deceived by things or
offers that appear to be attractive.




Eat to live, but do not live to eat


Man was created for a divine purpose and he has a destiny with his Creator
- he was not born just to enjoy food.




Don't put all your eggs in one basket


One should not risk everything he has in a single venture.




Every dog has its day


Everyone will get a period of success or satisfaction during
his lifetime.




Every one can find fault, few can do better


It is easier to
find fault in other people's actions or methods than to do it properly or
correctly.




Any time means no time


When an event is not decided on or planned
earlier it will never take place.





Fair exchange is no robbery



A contract is fair as long as both the parties understand and agree to the
conditions willingly; after a deal is closed neither side can turn around
and say that he was unfairly treated.




Fire is a good servant but a bad master


Fire, like any other manmade tool or device, will serve man well only when
it is controlled and used wisely.

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs in englishمكتبة الامثال والحكم الانجليزية(مع الشرح)   الأحد أكتوبر 04, 2009 9:19 am


Actions speak louder than words



Children usually learn more from the
examples set by their elders than from what they are told ; a person's
character is judged by the thing she does and not by what he says; actions
give evidence or proof of.




Fortune knocks once at every man's door


Everyone gets at least one good opportunity in his lifetime; everyone
has the opportunity to be successful in life.




Give the devil his due



Be just
and fair-minded , even to the one who does not deserve much or who is
unfriendly or unfair; we should punish a person according to his
wrongdoings.




God helps those who help themselves


God only helps those people who work hard and make an honest effort.





It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good


A bad or evil occurrence.




Great minds think alike


Wise
people will normally think and behave alike in certain situations.




Habit is second
nature


An act
done repeatedly and often enough will sooner or later become a habit or
second nature.




He laughs best who laughs last


A person who does his best is the one who will get the greatest satisfaction
in the end.




Never do things by halves



One
should not do an incomplete or imperfect job - certain tasks must not be
left half done; they must be done away with immediately.




Great haste makes great waste


If
one does things hastily he will make a lot of mistakes - he will need to
spend a lot of time correcting those mistakes later.




It's never too late to mend


It is
never too late to correct one's mistakes or faults.




It's no use crying over spilt milk



It is pointless to feel remorseful over a thing lost that can never be
found or a mistake done that can never be corrected or rectified.




Still waters run deep


One who is
usually silent and goes about his business quietly may be a very wise
person.




Jack of all trades and master of none


Is a person who can do almost anything, but he rarely excels in any of
them.




Let bygones by bygones


One should
consider forgiving one's and forget all the bad deeds done by others.





Let not the pot call the kettle black



A person who has a fault should not point out the same fault in another;
do not criticize another person as you may have the same weakness.




Let sleeping dogs lie


One should
preferably avoid discussing issues that are likely to create trouble.




No news is good news


When there
is no news, it is likely that everything is all right.




Look before you leap


Avoid acting
hastily, without considering the possible consequences.




Necessity is the mother of invention



When a person is in great need of something, he will find a way of
getting it.




Honesty is the best policy


Being
honest is believed to be the best route to take.





One man's meat is another man's poison


No two persons are alike -
every one has his own preferences, likes and dislikes.




Once bitten twice shy


If a person
has been tricked once he will more be careful and alert the next time.




Like father, like son, like mother, like
daughter




( used to describe a child's
behavior when he or she acts like the
father or mother )




Practice makes perfect


It is
believed that if one practices a certain skill often, he will excel in it




Prevention is better than cure


It
is better to be careful beforehand than to try to solve a problem after it
has arisen.

Rome was not built in a day


Any
great plan or big dream cannot be achieved overnight or easily.





Robbing Peter to pay Paul


( this
is quoted when one takes another loan to pay off an earlier loan ) taking
from one to give another.




Spare the rod and spoil the child


A child who is not punished and showed the error of his ways will become
unruly.




Speech is silver, silence is golden


Talk may be beneficial, but sometimes acquiescence may be the best option
to take.




It takes two to make a quarrel


Both parties in a quarrel should share the blame or take responsibility
for it; no one can start a quarrel all by himself.




Strike while the iron is hot


Seize a good opportunity as quickly as possible.




There's no smoke without fire


Rumors do not spread unless there is
some element of truth in them.





Time and tide wait for no one


Time is precious, once it
is past no one can go back and claim it thus everyone should be mindful of how his
time is spent.




To err is human, to forgive divine



It is only normal for man to make
mistakes and do wrong, but for one to forgive another for his wrong is
indeed great and gracious act.




What's done can't be undone



In life there are some things once done
or decisions once made cannot be changed; malicious words once uttered or
harmful actions once done cannot be taken back.




Two heads are better than one


It is always better to get the view of
another than to rely entirely on one's own judgment.




When in Rome do as the Romans do


When one is in a new place, country
or situation he must adapt himself to the new manners and customs.




When the cat is away the mice will play


When law enforcers are not present, certain public members will take the opportunity
to break the law



Absence makes the heart grow fonder

One usually desires another more when he or she is far away.








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A bad workman always blames his tools


A careless or unskilled
worker blames bad work on his tools rather than himself.





A new broom sweeps clean


A person newly
appointed is always eager and enthusiastic in his work.





Don't judge a book by its cover


Do not be deceived by
appearances.





Blood is thicker than water


Family ties are stronger than
any other.





Don't count your chickens before they are
hatched.



Do not make plans based
on something that has not happened.





Don't make a mountain out of a molehill


Do not make a big fuss
or issue over something minor or small





Experience is the best teacher


The best way to learn a
job is to do it.





The last straw that broke the camel's back


The final thing that,
when added to a bad or unpleasant situation, causes failure or
ruin.





Look at the bright side


Be optimistic





Make hay while the sun shines


Seize opportunities





Out of sight, out of mind


You will soon forget
friends you do not meet or keep in contact with.





A leopard cannot change its spots


A person's nature cannot
change.





There are two sides to every question
There are always two ways of looking at something


Too many cooks spoil the broth
Too many people doing the same thing at the same time will not be
successful

We
never miss the water till the well runs dry
You only realize the importance of something when it is gone


To put the cart before the horse
To do something in an incorrect order


Bite off more than one can chew
To try to do something one is unable to do or incapable of doing.


Half a loaf is better than none
It's better to have or receive less than one desires than to have
or receive nothing at all.


Have an old head on young shoulders
Youngsters who possess qualities of wisdom one would only expect
to find in experienced older people.


Have eyes in the back of one's head
An ability to know what is happening not within the scope of one's
vision.


If it's not one thing it's another
The troubles seem to go on and on without end.


The sky is the limit
There is no upper limit to something


A trouble shared is a trouble halved
Your troubles seem half as great when you discuss them with
someone else


A watched pot never boils
If you watch or wait for something to get done or to happen it
seems to take forever


Worship the ground somebody walks on
Very much in love with somebody


Between a rock and a hard place
To be in a difficult situation from which there seems to be no
escape


Cleanliness is next to Godliness
To be clean and tidy is just as important as being spiritually
good and religious.


Money is the root of all evil
Crimes and wickedness are associated with money.


Two's company, three's a crowd
It is always fun while there are only two people whereas the third
person is an unwelcome intrusion.
It takes all sorts to make a world You should not expect everyone to think and act as you do.


Jump from the frying pan into the fire
To go from a bad position to a worse one.


Go from the sublime to the ridiculous
Move from one situation which is wonderful or perfect to another
which is absurd or awful


One swallow doesn't make a summer
One success doesn't guarantee complete success


Truth is stranger than fiction
Real life can be more incredible than anything which can be
imagined
You can't have your cake and eat it You must choose between two things as it is impossible to have
both at the same time


A miss is as good as a mile
Something that one already has is better than something that one
may not be able to get


As you make your bed so must you lie on it
You must accept the consequences of your act


Cut your coat according to your cloth
Live within your income; don't be too ambitious in your plans

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: proverbs in englishمكتبة الامثال والحكم الانجليزية(مع الشرح)   الأحد أكتوبر 04, 2009 9:36 am



All's fish that comes the net


When something comes
our way we should consider how it might be useful or benefit us.





An apple a day keeps the doctor away


It means that apples
are so nutritious they keep you in the peak of health.





Be on the safe side


To take special
precautions to avoid making a mistake





Beauty is in the eye of the beholder


What is beautiful to one person
may not be beautiful to others.





Beggars can't be choosers


Someone in need should
be grateful for what is given to him -- even if it's not what he
wants or expects





The blind leading the blind


A person helping or
advising someone knows as little about the subject as the person
who is being advised.





The buck stops here


It means final decision
or total responsibility for an action





Burn the candle at both ends


Those who are always
busy and seem to get little rest





Buy a pig in a poke


Buy something without examining
it for faults or checking to see if they are really getting what they
believe they have purchased





Catch as catch can


To do anything or use
any means to achieve an aim or reach a goal.





Children should be seen and not heard


To stop a child from
asking questions, talking, or making unnecessary noise.





Christmas comes but once each year


An excuse to indulge in food
and drink and spend money during the Christmas season.





Cry over spilled milk
It's pointless to get upset or feel regret about a loss or mistake
that can't be undone


Curiosity killed the cat
To warn people not to show too much interest in affairs that don't
concern them.

Cut
off your nose to spite your face
When people are dissatisfied or angry, they sometimes react by
doing foolish things that prove harmful to themselves.


The devil finds work for idle hands
Unless one keeps busy doing useful or constructive things he could
be tempted into mischief or evil.


The devil has the best tunes
To do something unworthy because it gives you pleasure


Dog eat dog
In competitive situations where each person has his own interests
at heart, it is usually the strong and the determined who
succeed.


An exception to the rule
Something does not conform to or agree with a rule


Fling/throw mud at someone
To say evil or bad things about someone and in doing so, to damage
his or her reputation.


A fool and his money are soon parted
A person who spends his money foolishly will soon be penniless


Forgive and forget
Excusing or pardoning someone for doing something


Give someone enough rope and he will hang
himself
If we allow someone to continue in his bad ways he'll eventually
bring about his own downfall or ruin.


Grin and bear it
To put up with discomfort or a bad situation without complaining.


He who pays the piper calls the tune
The person who pays for something has the right to do as he wants.


Hide your light under a bushel
Concealing your talents, skills or abilities


Hitch one's wagon to a star
To Move forward in a way to improve your chances of achieving
success.


Home is where the heart is
No matter where you are, 'home' is where you feel most comfortable
and content.


If wishes were horses, beggars would ride
If we could get all the things we wanted just by making a wish,
everyone would have all he ever wanted.
If you can't lick them, join them If you cannot defeat an opponent or get him to change his ideas,
plans or way of doing things, the best thing is to change your
ideas, plans, etc.


In for a penny, in for a pound
If we decide to do something, we should commit ourselves to it
boldly and completely.


A job worth doing is a job worth doing well
When you do something you should do it as well as you can.


Keep the wolf from the door
To avoid hunger and poverty


Laugh and the world laughs with you
When someone is in a happy, cheerful mood, people like being with
him.
Least said, soonest forgotten The less we say about it the sooner the incident will be
forgotten.


A chicken and egg question
A mysterious question which can't be answered


You can lead a horse to water but you can't
make him drink
We can help, show or encourage someone to do something but we
can't make him do what he is unwilling or unable to do

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Life is just a bowl of cherries


Life is full of
happiness and pleasure





Like a bull in a china shop


A clumsy or tactless
person





Lock the stable door after the horse has bolted


Once a mistake has been
made or an error committed, it's too late to take precautions to
prevent it from happening.





The longest day must have an end


All difficult jobs or
situations also have an end.





Losers weepers, finders keepers


If someone loses
something, he weeps -- but if someone finds it, he keeps it.





Love me, love my dog


If we want a person's
friendship we must accept him totally, faults and all.





Many hands make light work


Many people sharing a
job or tasks make easier work of it.





The mountain labors and brings forth a mouse


To work hard and long
on a project that turns out to be pretty useless.





Opportunity only knocks once


Seize an opportunity when it
occurs for it may never happen again.





An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure


It is even better to be
cautious and prevent a misfortune or an accident from happening.





Possession is nine points of the law


In disputes over
property ownership, the person in possession of something is
sometimes said to have nine-tenths a chance of winning it in a
legal argument





Promises are like pie crust


Most promises cannot be kept





Put a quart into a pint pot
Doing something that's impossible


The rain falls on the just and the unjust alike
No matter how good or bad a person, he must still face the
everyday problems that confront us all.

The
sins of the fathers will be visited upon the children
People will be punished for the wrongs committed by their parents,
forefathers, or those who have preceded them.


Someone's bark is worse than his bite
People sometimes bark but in time we learn they're not always as
frightening as they seem.


The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak
To do something unworthy just because it gives you the pleasure


A stitch in time saves nine
By taking immediate action we can prevent a fault, damage or
trouble from getting worse


A straw will show which way the wind blows
A small incident can reveal an important event


Teach an old dog new tricks
It is impossible to change someone's ways or habits, especially if
he is old and resists change


That's where the shoe pinches
That's the source or cause of a problem or an annoyance


There are none so blind as those that will not
see
People ,who never admit they might be wrong, refuse to listen to
the opinions or ideas of anyone


There are none so deaf as those who will not
hear
People sometimes hear only what they want to hear


There's more than one way to skin a cat
There is more than one way of getting a job done


The thin end of the wedge
That something can appear to be small and of no particular
importance - yet it can turn out to be the beginning of a major
problem.


A thing of beauty is a joy forever
It means that though something beautiful may not last, the happy
memory of it will live forever.


Time heals old wounds
The passing of time helps us to forget things that have caused us
pain or made us unhappy.


The truth will out
Truth about something will eventually be discovered or made known


Turn up like a bad penny
Something or someone disliked just won't go away
Two wrongs do not make a right If a person does something to harm or offend us, that's wrong. If
we do something to harm them back, that's wrong too.


Uneasy is the head that wears the crown
Notable or important people are often concerned about losing their
positions.


Waste not, want not
If we're careful and waste nothing we'll never go without things
we need.


The way to a man's heart is through his stomach
Most men love to eat so feed your husband well and he will always
love you.


Wear out one's welcome
One is no longer welcome, usually because he has become a nuisance
When poverty comes in the door, love flies out
the window
As soon as a happily married couple begin having financial
problems and the bills pile up their love will disappear.


Who keeps company with wolves, will learn to
howl
If we associate with bad companions we, too, will become bad


You pays your money and you takes your chances
A humorous way of saying that we sometimes must trust in luck when
buying something.


Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them
If you are rich and successful, you will attract many friends, but
if you should suffer hardship or have misfortune ( adversity ),
your friends will quickly depart.

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