WISECRACKER - BAVARD - CHIACCHIERONE - CORREVEIDILE
Caranguejo, quando anda infeliz, cai de costas e quebra o nariz.Carão não mata, mas incha a lata.Carão não mata, mas maltrata.Carapanã encheu, voou.Carapuça é para quem veste.Carbonai e pingisanti si contentano di piccoli guadagni.Carcasses bleed at the sight of the murderer.
BurtonCárcel y cuaresma, para los pobres es hecha.Cardenal en pecho.Cardinalis in pectore.
en] Cardinal in the breast.Cardo que há de picar, logo nasce com (o) espinho.Cards play and gamblers brag.Care about your students.Care and chicken soup never hurt no-one.Care and diligence bring luck.Care brings grey hair.Care brings on grey hairs, and age without years.Care for the land, care for the people, go forward.Care for your horse as a friend; ride it as if it were an enemy.Care he hath, that children will keep.Care increases with possessions.
Hesiod, Works and Days 1. 380 (c. 800 B. C.)Care is no cure, but rather corrosive for things that are not to be remedied.
ShakespeareCare is no cure.Care is the mother of the porcelain cabinet.Care keeps his watch in every old man's eye,
And where care lodges, sleep will never lie.
SHAKESPEARE: Rom. and Jul., Act ii., Sc. 1.Care killed the cat.Care may acquire wealth, which, when acquired, care must guard and worry about.
Pasquier QuesnelCare must be taken that the punishment does not exceed the offence.
CiceroCare not would have it.Care not, and that will prevent horns.Care now, be cared for later.Care seeks out wrinkled brows and hollow eyes, and builds himself caves to abide in them.
Beaumont and FletcherCare shall gnaw thy heart if thou canst not tell all thy mind to another.Care should be taken that the punishment does not exceed the guilt; and also that some men do not suffer for offenses for which others are not even indicted.
CiceroCare Sunday, care away.
Palm Sunday and Easter Day.Care taxata non est res undique (vendita) grata.Care that is enter'd once into the breast,
Will have the whole possession, ere it rest.
BEN JONSON: Tale of a Tub, Act i., Sc. 3.Care to our coffin adds a nail, no doubt;
And every grin, so merry, draws one out.
PETER PINDAR: Ex. Odes, Ode 15.Care will kill a cat, and she has nine lives.
ScotlandCare will kill a cat, yet there 's nae living without it.
ScotlandCare will kill a cat.Care's no cure.Care, admitted as guest, quickly turns to be master.
BoveeCare, and not fine stables, make a good horse.Care, mad to see a man sae happy,
E'en drouned himsel amang the nappy.
Robert BurnsCare, whom not the gayest can outbrave,
Pursues its feeble victim to the grave.
HENRY KIRKE WHITE: Childhood, Pt. ii., Line 17.Careca não gasta pente.Carecemos às vezes de niilidades: já um murganho salvou um leão.Careless hurry may cause endless regret.Careless rat chewing on a cat's tail: beware lightning!