A pobreza é inimiga da virtude.
A pobreza é um fardo, a velhice um hóspede inoportuno.
A pobreza não é vileza, nem a riqueza nobreza.
A pobreza no hay verguenza.
A pobreza nunca, em amores, fez bom feito.
A pobreza obriga a vileza.
A pobreza sem queixas é difícil, assim como é fácil a riqueza sem arrogância.
A pobreza tudo alcança à força de braço e manha.
A pobreza, no hay vergüenza.
A poca comida, poca bebida.
A poco caudal, poca ganancia.
A poco dinero, poca salud.
A poco pan, tomar primero.
A poco vi, cuita ti.
A poco vino, cuidadino.
A poder de ayudas.
A poder de perguntar se chega a Meca.
A poder de perguntar se chega a Roma.
A Podeschwe in Honig gepregelt (gekocht, geschmort) is auch süß.
Polnisch Podeszwa = Ledersohle. Das Unangenehmste kann durch Zubereitung genießbar gemacht werden.
A poeira e o gado tiram o lobo do cuidado.
A poem ought to be well made at first, for there is many a one to spoil it afterwards.
A poem round and perfect as a star.
A poesia é a música da alma.
A poet is a nightingale, who sits in darkness and sings to cheer its own solitude with sweet sounds. His auditors are as men entranced by the melody of an unseen musician, who feel that they are moved and softened, yet know not whence or why.
A poet is a painter of the soul.
A poet must sing for his own people.
A poet that fails in writing becomes often a morose critic. The weak and insipid white wine makes at length excellent vinegar.
A poet without love were a physical and metaphysical impossibility.
A poet, naturalist and historian, who scarcely left any style of writing untouched and touched nothing that he did not adorn.
A point is the beginning of magnitude.
A point next the wrist.
A polgár s paraszt között csak a fal van közben.
A politician must like lightning melt
The very marrow, and not taint the skin;
His ways must not be seen.
A politician must often talk and act before he has thought and read. He may be very ill informed respecting a question: all his notions about it may be vague and inaccurate; but speak he must. And if he is a man of ability, of tact, and of intrepidity, he soon finds that, even under such circumstances, it is possible to speak successfully.
A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman, of the next generation.
James Freeman Clarke
A politician weakly and amiably in the right is no match for a politician tenaciously and pugnaciously in the wrong. You cannot, by tying an opinion, to a man's tongue, make him the representative of that opinion; and at the close of any battle for principles, his name will be found neither among the dead nor among the wounded, but among the missing.
A pollo pión, duro cortezón.
A pontualidade é a cortesia dos reis.
A pontualidade é a delicadeza dos reis.
A pontualidade é cortesia dos reis e obrigação dos educados. (provérbio inglês)
A pony-tailed cutie-pie.
Yiddish] A maidel mit a vayndel.
A poor beauty finds more lovers than husbands.
A poor compromise is better than costly litigation.
A poor dog that is not worth the whistling.
A poor dry thing, let it go!
A poor freedom is better than a rich slavery.
A poor idle man cannot be an honest man.
A poor man has no friends.
A poor man has no size.
A poor man has not many marks for fortune to shoot at.