A terra, posto que fértil, se não descansa, faz-se estéril.
A tesoura do caldeireiro não corta pano e corta ferro.
A testa bianca spesso (sovente) cervello manca.
A testa bianca spesso cervello manca.
A tête baissée ne te fie pas.
A Tetuán por monas, y a Guadiana por bogas.
A teu advogado e a teu abade sempre dize verdade.
A teu amigo dá galinha gorda de pés amarelos.
A teu amigo dize mentira; se te guardar puridade, dize-lhe a verdade.
A teu amigo não encubras teu segredo, que darás causa a perdê-lo.
A teu amigo, dize-lhe mentira; se te guardar verdade, dize-lhe puridade.
A teu amigo, ganha-lhe um jogo e bebe-o logo.
A teu amigo, se te guardar puridade, dize-lhe a verdade.
A teu criado, farta-o bem, e vê-lo-ás calado.
A teu filho e a teu amigo, pão e castigo.
A teu filho, bom nome e bom ofício.
A teu filho, pão e castigo.
A teu filho, para ser amigo, pão e castigo.
A teu rei não ofendas, nem lances em suas rendas.
A teu rei nunca ofendas, nem lances em suas rendas.
A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.
A theology at war with the laws of physical nature would be a battle of no doubtful issue. The laws of our spiritual nature give still less chance of success to the system which would thwart or stay them.
A thief believes every one also a thief.
A thief dislikes his fellow thief.
A thief is better than a lazy servant.
A thief knows a thief, as a wolf knows a wolf.
A thief passes for a gentleman when stealing has made him rich.
A thief passes for a gentleman when thieving has made him rich.
A thief seldom grows rich by thieving.
A thief thinks every man steals.
A thief thinks everyone steals.
A thief with connections is not self-conscious.
Yiddish] Oifen goniff in a tsilinder brent nit dos hittel.
A thin bush is better than no shelter.
A thin meadow is soon mowed.
A thing ill begun, will come to a worse end.
Stephano Guezzo, Civile Conversation, 3, 47
A thing is worth what it will fetch.
A thing moderately good is not so good as it ought to be. Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
John Keats, Endymion
A thing of beauty is a joy forever:
Its loveliness increases; it will never
Pass into nothingness; but still will keep
A bower quiet for us, and a sleep
Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing.
KEATS: Endymion, Bk. i., Line 1.
A thing you don't want is dear at any price.
A thinker is a person.
A thinking man is the worst enemy the Prince of Darkness can have; every time such a one announces himself, I doubt not there runs a shudder through the nether empire; and new emissaries are trained with new tactics, to, if possible, entrap him, and hoodwink and handcuff him.
A third interprets motions, looks, and eyes;
At every word a reputation dies.
A thistle is a fat salad for an ass's mouth.
A thorn in the flesh.
II Corinthians, XII.7
A thorough miser must possess considerable strength of character to bear the self-denial imposed by his penuriousness. Equal sacrifices, endured voluntarily in a better cause, would make a saint or a martyr.
W. B. Clulow
A thorough-paced antiquary not only remembers what all other people have thought proper to forget, but he also forgets what all other people think is proper to remember.
A thorough-paced knave will rarely quarrel with one whom he can cheat; his revenge is plunder; therefore he is usually the most forgiving of beings, upon the principle that if he come to an open rupture, he must defend himself; and this does not suit a man whose vocation it is to keep his hands in the pocket of another.
A thought by thought is piled, till some great truth
Is loosened, and the nations echo round,
Shaken to their roots, as do the mountains now.
A thought embodied and embrained in fit words walks the earth a living being.