Caldo, por que não cozeste? Velha, por que não me mexeste?
Caldos de galinha nunca fizeram mal a doentes.
Cale o que deu, e fale o que recebeu.
Cale quem deu, e fale quem recebeu.
Caleçon qui gratte, Morpions qui squattent. (Dicton anonyme)
Calem barbas, e falem cartas.
Calendae. en] Calends (the first day of the month in the ancient Roman calendar).
Calende greche. frase idiomatica/fatta
Calf is given, but then thigh is requested.
Calidam veruti partem arripere.
Caligare in sole. Quinctilian
Calk is na sheares. Chalk's no shears.
Call a cat a cat.
Call a man a thief and he will steal.
Call a pot, just don't put into the oven.
Call a spade a spade. fr] Il faut appeler un chat un chat.
Call a woman a harlot and you make her one.
Call for the robin-redbreast and the wren, Since o'er shady groves they hover, And with leaves and flowers do cover The friendless bodies of unburied men. The White Devil, Act v. Sc. 2, J. WEBSTER.
Call him wise whose actions, words, and steps are all a clear because to a clear why. Lavater
Call it a day. Finish working
Call kinship with the hyena, and all hyenas are your friend.
Call me anything but late for dinner.
Call me cousin, but cozen me not.
Call me not an olive till you see me gathered.
Call me not an olive, till thou see me gathered. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Call me not fortunate till you see me buried.
Call me not olive before you see me gathered.
Call me pet names, dearest! Call me thy bird, That flies to thy breast at one cherishing word, That folds its wild wings there, ne'er dreaming of flight, That tenderly sings there in loving delight! Oh! my sad heart keeps pining for one fond word, - Call me pet names, dearest! Call me thy bird! Mrs. Osgood
Call me what you like, but don't call me too late for dinner.
Call me wise, and I will allow you to be a judge.
Call no man happy till he dies, he is at best fortune.
Call no man happy till he dies.
Call no man happy till he is dead. fr] Nul avant de mourir ne peut être dit heureux (Æschylus).
Call not a surgeon before you are wounded.
Call not that man wretched, who whatever else he suffers as to pain inflicted, or pleasure denied, has a child for whom he hopes and on whom he doats. Coleridge
Call not that man wretched, who whatever ills he suffers, has a child to love. Southey
Call not the devil, he will come fast enough unbidden.
Call on God, but row away from the rocks.
Call one a thief, and he will steal
Call someone your lord and he'll sell you in the slave market.
Call the bear $quot;Uncle' till you are safe across the bridge.
Call the bear 'Uncle' till you are safe across the bridge.
Call them again, my lord, and accept their suit. Shakespeare
Call things by their right names. * * * Glass of brandy and water! That is the current, but not the appropriate, name; ask for a glass of liquid fire and distilled damnation. Robert Hall
Call unto the way of thy Lord with wisdom and fair exhortation, and reason with them in the better way. Koran 16:125
Call your husband cuckold in jest, an he'll never suspect you.
Call your opinions your creed, and you will change it every week. Make your creed simply and broadly out of the revelation of God, and you may keep it to the end. Phillips Brooks