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Sprichwort, adage, proverb, saw, saying, byword, proverbe, proverbio, refrán, frase proverbial, ditado, provérbio, przysłowie, Redensart, colloqualism, idiom, expression, phrase, tournure, poncif, dicton, expresión, frase hecha, locución, frase fatta, modo di dire, expressão idiomática, powiedzenie, powiedzonko, Zitat, quotation, citation, excerpt, quote, cita, citazione, detto, sentenza, passo, citação, Sentenz, sententia, proverbium, adagio, adagium, locutio, dictum, Spruch, carmen, elogium, pronuntatio, Redensart, phrase, collocation, locution

  • A sea level can reach only the knee of a drunken man.
  • A seat in the council is honour without profit.
  • A sebe dura três anos, o cão três sebes, o cavalo três cães, o homem três cavalos, o corvo três homens, e o elefante três corvos.
  • A secas.
  • A sech brinkala Kaffee doas îs schuck îw'r a Goatten.
    Österreich-Schlesien
    i] Das ist von gar keinem Belang.
  • A Sechswocha steht der Himmel offa.
    i] Sagen die Bauern in Österreich, wenn eine Sechswöchnerin stirbt.
  • A seco.
  • A second thought.
  • A second/minute/moment to call one's own.
  • A secret between two is God's secret, a secret between three is everybody's.
  • A secret imparted is no longer a secret.
  • A secret shared by two is shared with God; a secret shared by three is shared with everybody.
  • A secreto agravio, secreta venganza.
  • A Seger, wu's steht, ist besser wie a Seger, wu's schlecht geht.
    Jüdisch-deutsch
    i] Eine stehende Uhr zeigt während des Tags wenigstens die Zeit zweimal richtig, während eine unrechtgehende uns stets irre führt.
  • A segnali si conoscono le balle.
  • A seguir.
  • A segundo são os tempos, assim os tentos.
  • A segura fazenda com paciência se ganha.
  • A Seguro se lo llevaron preso.
  • A seia lioin, a mättin coggiein.
  • A sembrar a san Francisco (4 de octubre), aunque sea en un risco.
  • A semelhança de.
  • A senhor arteiro, servidor ronceiro.
  • A senhor de palha, vassalo de aço.
  • A senoite/sonoite.
  • A sensation.
  • A sense of humor is the pole that adds balance to our steps as we walk the tightrope of life.
  • A sense of humour consoles men for that which they in reality are.
  • A sentire una campana sola si giudica male.
  • A ser de vino sus lágrimas, diera abasto a todos.
  • A ser Papa hay que aspirar, para sacristán llegar.
  • A sera lioni, a mani cuglioni.
  • A sereno otoño, invierno ventoso.
  • A sério.
  • A serious charge, even lightly made, does harm.
  • A serment d'amoureux, d'ivrogne et de joueur, ne t'y fie guère.
  • A serpent, unless it has devoured a serpent, does not become a dragon.
  • A servant and a cock must be kept but one year.
  • A servant is best discovered by his master's absence.
  • A servant who has two masters, lies to one of them.
  • A ses heures.
  • A ses moments perdus.
  • A ses parents doit-on bien faire.
  • A ses risques et périls.
  • A sestro.
  • A settembre chi è esperto - non viaggia mai scoperto.
    de] Wer klug ist, reist im September niemals leichtbekleidet.
  • A settembre, si taglia ciò che pende.
  • A settimana di i trè ghovi.
  • A setzt dô, oass wänn 'm d' Hinner 's Brût g'frassa hätta.
  • A seu modo.
  • A seu salvo está o que repica os sinos.
    var] A seu salvo está quem repica os sinos.
  • A seu seguro.
  • A seu tempo o rei perdoa.
  • A seu tempo se colhem as peras.
  • A seu tempo vêm as uvas e as maçãs maduras.
    var] A seu tempo vêm as uvas, quando são maduras.
  • A seu tempo.
  • A seus postos.
  • A Sevilla he de ir a buscar a un sevillano, que los mozos de Madrid, mucha paja y poco grano.
    var] A sevilla me he de ir a buscar un sevillano, que los mozos de madrid mucha paja y poco grano.
  • A seyfer on a hakdome iz vi a guf on a neshome.
  • A shallow brook babbles the loudest.
  • A shame-faced beggar fares poorly.
  • A shameless beggar must have a short (o. shameful) denial.
  • A sharp tongue.
  • A sharp tooth for hard bread.
  • A she devil.
  • A sheep should not tire of carrying its own wool.
  • A sheep's bite is never more than skin deep.
  • A ship and a woman want always trimming.
  • A ship and a women are ever repairing.
  • A ship cannot have two captains.
  • A ship under sail, a man in complete armour, a woman with a great belly are three of the handsomest sights.
  • A shive of my own loaf.
  • A shock dog is starved and nobody believes it.
  • A shoe too large trips one up.
  • A shoestring budget.
  • A shoo-in.
  • A shopping/spending spree.
  • A short cut is often a wrong cut.
  • A short day's profit is little.
  • A short halter for a greedy horse.
  • A short horse is soon curried.
  • A short mass and a long dinner.
  • A short prayer penetrates heaven.
  • A short rest is always good.
  • A short sword for a brave man.
  • A short tail won't keep off flies.
  • A shot in the arm.
  • A shot in the dark.
  • A shotgun wedding.
  • A show of hands.
  • A shower in July when the corn begins to fill, is worth a plough of oxen, and all belongs there till.
  • A shrew is better than a sheep.
  • A shrew than a slut.
  • A shut mouth catches no flies.
  • A shut mouth keeps me out of strife.
  • A shy bargain spoils friendship.
  • A si mejo qualcuosa ca gnéinte.
  • A si pidda cù l'acu è u filu.
  • A si scialla.
  • A sick man is soon beaten, and a scald head is soon broken.
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