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  • A solis ortu usque ad occasum.
  • A solitary man is either a brute or an angel.
  • A solitudine hè a nemica di i cristiani.
  • A sölle Stadtl wie Meran gibt's in der ganzen Welt nit.
    i] Behaupten die Bewohner des Burggrafenamts, für welche Meran noch jetzt die 'Stadt' überhaupt ist, wie sie dieselbe früher für den Mittelpunkt alles Glanzes und aller Vergnügungen hielten.
  • A solta.
  • A sombra da nogueira não te deites a dormir.
  • A sombra de um homem vale mais que cem mulheres.
  • A sombra de.
  • A sombra do burro entra o cão no moinho.
  • A sombra do milheiro come o pardal.
  • A sombra passa, e a luz fica.
    var] A sombra passa; a luz fica.
  • A sombra.
  • A somma s'acconcia pà viaghju.
  • A son adjusts to where he is, and a daughter-in-law where she has come as a bride.
  • A son ami l'on ne doit rien celer, ne le secret d'iCelui révéler.
  • A son avantage.
  • A son coeur défendant soutenu.
  • A son corps défendant.
  • A son de parientes, busca qué meriendes.
  • A son heure.
  • A son is a son 'till he gets him a wife; a daughter's a daughter all her life.
  • A son is a son till he gets him a wife,
    But a daughter's a daughter the rest of your life.
  • A son learns from his father how to provide for a table, the daughter learns from her mother how to visit neighbors.
  • A son lit de mort.
  • A son maître ne se doit on jouer.
    var] A son maître on ne doit jouer, ni plus haut, que soi se frotter.
  • A son médecin qui lui demandait ce qu'il éprouvait en sentant venir la mort; -Oh! rien qu'une très grande difficulté à mourir.
    Fontenelle (âgé de 102 ans).
  • A son ought to maintain his father's tradition.
  • A son propre pas, on va loin.
  • A son takes after his father and a daughter takes after her mother.
  • A son-in-law's friendship is a winter's sun.
  • A song and dance.
  • A sonno panca, a fame pane, a sete acqua.
  • A sop to Cerberus literary.
  • A sopapo/de sopapo.
  • A sordos y a ciegos, hacen testigos el dineros.
  • A sordos y ciegos hace testigos el dinero.
    var] A sordos y ciegos hacen testigos el dinero.
  • A sore horse does not like to be curried.
  • A sore subject.
  • A sore-eyed person should never be an oculist.
  • A sorrelfa.
  • A sorrowing brain was never fat.
  • A sorry help when support hurts!
  • A sorry thing to complain of a good deed you've done!
  • A sorte acaba um dia.
  • A sorte ajuda o audacioso.
    var] A sorte ajuda os audazes.
    var] A sorte ajuda os loucos.
  • A sorte ajuda os loucos.
  • A sorte bate uma vez à porta de cada pessoa.
  • A sorte das armas.
  • A sorte de uns é o azar de outros.
  • A sorte é cega e faz cegos.
  • A sorte é cega.
  • A sorte é como um raio: nunca se sabe onde vai cair.
  • A sorte está lançada.
  • A sorte faz os parentes, e a escolha, os amigos.
  • A sorte muitas vezes favorece quem não merece.
  • A sorte nos sorri.
  • A sorte protege os ousados.
  • A sorte quem dá é Deus.
    var] A sorte quem dá é Deus; a vida o homem procura.
  • A sorte sorri aos audazes.
  • A sorte.
  • A sós.
  • A sot auteur, sot admireur.
  • A sotte demande, il ne faut pas de réponse.
    var] A sotte demande, point de réponse.
    var] A sotte demande, rien de réponse.
    var] A sotte question, pas de réponse.
    it] Sciocca proposta non vuol risposta.
  • A sotte question, pas de réponse.
    pt] A pergunta disparatada não se dá resposta.
  • A sottes paroles, sourde oreille.
    var] A folles paroles, oreilles sourdes.
    pt] Palavras loucas, ouvidos moucos.
  • A sottili cascano le brache.
  • A souhait.
  • A sound heart is the life of the flesh: but envy the rottenness of the bones.
    Book of Proverbs 14:30
  • A sound mind in a sound body is a short but full description of a happy state in this world.
    John Locke
  • A sound mind in a sound body.
  • A souris rassasiée, la farine est amère.
  • A sow is always dreaming of bran.
  • A sow may find an acorn as well as a hog.
  • A sow prefers bran to roses.
  • A spada fà numici, u cazzu fà parenti.
  • A spaniel, a woman and a walnut tree, the more they're beaten, the better still they be.
  • A sparrow in hand is worth more than a vulture flying.
    var] A sparrow in the hand is better than a bustard on the wing.
    var] A sparrow in the hand is better than a crane on the wing.
    var] A sparrow in the hand is better than a pigeon on the roof.
    var] A sparrow in the hand is better than a pigeon on the wing.
  • A sparrow suffers as much when it breaks its leg as does a Flanders horse.
  • A spazzula nova spazza bè.
  • A spear is a big responsibility.
  • A speckled goat doesn't always give birth to a tasselled kid.
  • A speranza grande il misero non crede.
  • A spettare, come il lauoratore la ricolta.
  • A spiranza accurta u tempu.
  • A spiranza cresci u laziu.
  • A spiranza hè sempri verda, ma malasciu à chì à perdi.
  • A spiranza hè u pani di i povari.
  • A spiranza, prima chì nasce, ultima à mora.
  • A spirienza impara a prudenza.
  • A spissu ciò chì hè bè in vista hè ben piattu.
  • A spitzt mächtig die Ohren.
  • A spitzt mächtig die Ohren.
    Schlesien
  • A split ticket.
  • A spoilt child never loves its mother.
    Sir Henry Taylor
  • A spooked crow is afraid of a bush.
  • A spooked crow is afraid of it's own shadow.
  • A spoon does not know the taste of soup, nor a learned fool the taste of wisdom.
  • A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down.
  • A spoonful of honey will catch more flies than a gallon of vinegar.
  • A spoonful of tar spoils a barrel of honey.
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