WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
A friend's dinner is soon dressed.A friend's eye is a good mirror.A friend's fault should be known but not abhorred.A friend's faults may be notices, but not blamed.A friend's frown is better than a fool's smile.A friend's meat is soon ready.A friend, and look to thyself.A friend, as far as conscience allows.A friendly person is never a good-for-nothing.A friendly word is better than a heavy cake.A friendly word is like a spring day.A friendship formed in childhood, in youth, - by happy accident at any stage of rising manhood, - becomes the genius that rules the rest of life.
AlcottA friendship that dies is never reborn.A friendship that makes the least noise is very often the most useful; for which reason I should prefer a prudent friend to a zealous one.
AddisonA friend?s dinner is soon dressed.A friend?s envy is worse than an enemy?s hatred.A friend?s eye is a good looking-glass.A friend?s eye is a good mirror.A friend?s fault should be known but not abhorred.A friend?s faults may be notices, but not blamed.A friend?s frown is better than a fool?s smile.A friend?s meat is soon ready.A friend?s misfortune should give you wisdom. (Learn from the mistakes of others.)A fripon corsaire (vilain), fripon corsaire (vilain) et demi.A fripon, fripon et demi.A frisst ihm alls vorm Maule weg.A frisst recht ungenoissig.A frog can kill an elephant by climbing up into its trunk.A frog eats that which brings itself, (a person should not be greatly blamed for committing a crime through enticement)A frog hopped onto a wall and cried, ?I can see Kashmir!?A frog in a well shaft.A frog in a well-shaft seeing the sky.A frog in the well knows not the ocean.A frog living at the bottom of the well thinks that the sky is as small as a cooking pot lid.A fronte praecipitium a tergo lupi.
en] A precipice in front, wolves behind (between a rock and a hard place).A frosty winter and a dusty March,
and a rain about April:
and another about Lammas-time,
when the corn begins to fill:
is worth a plough of gold,
and all her pins theretill.A frotte.
A frotter la tête d'un âne,
On perd son savon. (Proverbe français)A fructibus cognoscitur arbor.
en] The tree is known by its fruit.A fructibus eorum cognoscetis eos. Vulgata, Evangelium secundum MatthaeumA fruit tree that grows in a dung heap will certainly blossom.A fruit-bearing tree is known by its flowers.A fruta proibida é a mais apetecida.A fu purse never lacks freends.A fu' sack will tak a clout o' the side.A fuego y a sangre.A fuer de Aliste, que más se obliga el que se desobliga.A fuer de Aragón, a buen servicio mal galardón.A fuer de Toledo, que pierde la dama y paga el caballero.A fuer del Potro: tú un maravedí y yo otro.