A bien mourir doit-on tendre.
A bien parler serfs ne sont francs.
A bien petite occasion se saisit le loup du mouton.
A bien te salgan, hija, tus arremangos.
A bien te salgan, hijo, tus barraganadas. El toro estaba muerto, y hacíale alcocarras con el capirote desde las ventanas.
A bien venir quatre vingt ans visions, dont le dormir emporte la moitié, oultres vingt ans soing et labeur avons.
A bien y mal traer, como vasallos de Aragón.
A bien-endurant rien ne faut, endurer faut qui veut durer, raison gouverne l'endurant, et le fait durer en durant.
A big head and little wit.
A big man is usually a little man, who takes advantage of an opportunity.
A big man knows a ten-cola nut bundle.
A big man knows the rice that will fill him up while it's still inside the pot.
A big mouth doesn't know that its master is poor.
A bigle, borgne, bossu, boiteux, ne te fie jamais, ni peu ni prou.
A bigorna dura mais que o martelo.
A bird in a cage is not half a bird.
A bird in hand is better far,
Than two which in the bushes are.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Cervantes (Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra)
A bird in the hand is worth two in the wood.
A bird is known by its faethers.
A bird is known by its note, and a man by his talk.
A bird is known by its note.
A bird makes his nest little by little.
A bird may be caught with a snare that will not be shot.
A bird never flew on one wing.
A bird of the same feather.
A bird sings, a child prattles, but it is the same hymn; hymn indistinct, inarticulate, but full of profound meaning.
A bird that talks doesn't eat rice.
A birthday: - and now a day that rose
With much of hope, with meaning rife -
A thoughtful day from dawn to close:
The middle day of human life.
Jean Ingelow. A Birthday Walk.
A' bisogni si conoscon gli amici.
A bisseleh chain iz shoin nit gemain (Yiddish)
A bit and a knock, as men feed apes.
A bit in the morning is better than nothing all day, or than a thump on the back with a stone.
A bite in the morning is better than nothing all day.
A bitten child is afraid of a stuffed dog.
A bitter and perplexed 'What shall I do?'
Is worse to man than worse necessity.
A bitter harts redt a sach. (Yiddish)
A bitter jest, when it comes too near the truth, leaves a sharp sting behind it.
A bittern makes no good hawk.
modo di dire
A black Christmas makes a fat churchyard.
A black hen lays a white egg.
A black hen will lay a white egg.
A black man is a jewel in a fair woman's eye.
A black plum is as sweet as a white.
A black plum is as sweet as the white one.
A black raisin is as good as a white.
A black sheep is a biting beast.
A black shoe makes a merry heart.
A black woman hath turpentine in her.