SPRICHWÖRTER - REDENSARTEN - ZITATE - PROVERBS - QUOTATIONS - QUOTES - SAYINGS
A bad man talks about what he has eaten and drunk - a good man about what he has seen and heard.
000.401 - 000.500
(401)A bad man, though raised to honour, always returns to his natural course, as a dog's tail, though warmed by the fire and rubbed with oil, retains its form.
(402)A bad man's gift is like his master.
(403)A bad mother wishes for good children.
(404)A bad name is like a stigma.
(405)A bad neighbor will give you a needle with no thread.
(406)A bad one breaks his board.
(407)A bad padlock invites (a) picklock.
(408)A bad peace is better than a good quarrel.
(409)A bad peace is better than a good war.
Yiddish] A shlekhter sholem iz beser vi a guter krig.
(410)A bad peace is even worse than war.
(411)A bad penny always comes back.
(412)A bad penny always turns up.
Yiddish] A falsheh matba'ieh farliert men nit.
(413)A bad person is capable of doing anything bad (lit., what's in the cards).
Yiddish] Vos in der kort.
(414)A bad reader soon puts to flight both wise men and fools.
(415)A bad reaper blames the sickle.
(416)A bad reaper never gets a good sickle.
(417)A bad reputation is seldom completely amiss.
(418)A bad rower blames the oar.
(419)A bad rumor is better than bad news.
(420)A bad rumour flies on wings.
(421)A bad settlement is better than a good lawsuit.
(422)A bad shearer never had a good sickle.
(423)A bad shift is better than none.
(424)A bad son gives his mother a bad name.
(425)A bad thing is dear at any price.
(426)A bad thing never dies.
(427)A bad tree does not yield good (o. young) apples.
(428)A bad wife is a poor harvest for sixty years.
(429)A bad wife is one hundred years of bad harvest.
(430)A bad wife takes advice from every one but her own husband.
(431)A bad wife wishes her husband's heel turned homewards, and not his toe.
(432)A bad woman is worse than a bad man.
(433)A bad word whispered will echo a hundred miles.
(434)A bad workman always blames his tools.
(435)A bad workman blames his tools.
(436)A bad workman never finds a good tool.
(437)A bad workman quarrels with his tools.
(438)A bad wound deserves strong medicine.
(439)A bad wound heals, but a bad word doesn't.
(440)A bad wound may heal, but a bad name will kill.
(441)A bag that says it will not take more, and a traditional doctor who says he would not leave anything behind are both sure to suffer.
(442)A bague d'amie, l'amant paist sa vie.
(443)A bague d'amy, l'amant orgueilist.
(444)A Bahia é boa terra, ela lá e eu aqui.
(445)A baigorri la vaisselle est de terre, quand j'avais un fiancé par là, elle était d'or.
(446)A baigorry la vaisselle est de terre, lorsqu'on parlait de m'y marier elle était toute d'or.
(447)A baited cat may grow as fierce as a lion.
(448)A baixel sem esperança Deus depara o porto.
(449)A baixeza é uma medalha cujo reverso é a insolência.
(450)A baizeh tsung iz erger fun a shlechter hant. (Yiddish)
(451)A baker's dozen. (François Rabelais, Works, Book V, Chapter XXII)
(452)A baker's wife may bite of a bun:
a brewer's wife may drink of a tun:
a fishmonger's wife may feed of a conger:
but a serving-man's wife may starve for hunger.
(453)A balança que pesa ouro, não poderá pesar marfim. Se você gostar de outro, não poderá gostar de mim.
(454)A balança, quando trabalha, não conhece ouro nem chumbo.
(455)A balas de prata e bombas de ouro, rendeu a praça o/ao mouro.
(456)A bald head is soon shaved.
(457)A bald man carries a comb.
(458)A bald-headed man will not grow hair by getting excited.
(459)A bal's de prata e bomb's de ouro, rendeu a praça ao mouro.
(460)A Banbury story of a cock and bull.
(461)A banderas desplegadas.
(462)A bandicoot is lovely to his parents; a mule is pretty to its mate.
(463)A bank is a place that will lend you money if you can prove that you don't need it.
(464)A banner with the strange device.
(465)A bap tised J ew is a circumcised Christian.
(466)A baptême et mariage ne vas pas si tu n'es pas invité.
(467)A bar is a mist or fog.
(468)A bar of iron continually ground becomes a needle.
(469)A bar 's a mi't or fog.
(470)A barba cã se entrega a moça louçã.
(471)A barba de necio aprenden todos á rapar.
(472)A barba muerta, obligación cubierta.
(473)A barba muerta, poca vergüenza.
(474)A barba não faz o filósofo.
(475)A barba stollidi discunt tondere novelli.
(476)A barba stulti discit tonsor.
en] In the beard of a fool, you learn how to shave.
(477)A barbárie vindoura tem a seu favor todos os recursos do futuro e do progresso.
Bernard Henri Lévy
(478)A barbe de fol, apprend-on à raire (o. voire).
(479)A barbe de fol, hardi rasoir.
(480)A barbe de fol, le rasoir est mal.
(481)A barbe de fol, rasouir hardy.
(482)A barbe de fols apprend à raire, et à bourse des asnes despence faire.
(483)A barbe de fou apprend-on à raser.
pt] Na barba do néscio todos aprendem a rapar.
(484)A barbe du fol rasouer hardy, à barbe du fol apprent on à raire.
(485)A barbe faible rasoir mou, à barbe forte rasoir dur.
(486)A barbe rousse et noirs cheveux, ne te fie si tu ne veux.
(487)A barber does not shave himself.
(488)A barber learns to shave by shaving fools.
(489)A barca é rota, salve-se quem puder.
(490)A barco viejo, bordingas nuevas .
(491)A barg mit a barg kennen zikh nit tsuzamen kumen, ober a mentsh mit a mentsh kennen. (Yiddish)
(492)A bargain is a bargain.
(493)A barking cur does not bite.
(494)A barking dog is often more useful than a sleeping lion.
(495)A barking dog never (o. seldom) bites.
(496)A barking dog 's often more useful than a sleeping lion.
(497)A barking dog was never a good biter (o. hunter).
(498)A barley-corn is better than a diamond to a cock.
(499)A baro, baro e mezzo.