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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

  • After annoy there comes joy.
  • After breaking my head you bring plaister.
  • After cheese comes nothing.
  • After Christmas comes Lent.
  • After clouds (rain) comes clear (fair) weather.
  • After clouds comes clear weather.
  • After dark all cats are leopards.
  • After death comes the physician.
  • After death, the doctor.
  • After despair a new life begins.
  • After dinner rest (o. sit) a while, after supper walk a mile.
  • After dinner stand a while, or walk nearly half a mile.
  • After ebb comes flood, and friends with good.
  • After great droughts come great rains.
  • After he had mounted, he put his legs in motion.
  • After high floods come low ebbs.
  • After honour and state follow envy and hate.
  • After hours.
  • After joy comes annoy.
    var] After joy comes sorrow.
  • After me the deluge.
  • After meat comes mustard.
  • After mischance every one is wise.
  • After misfortune, remembrance is misfortune renewed.
  • After much strife reconciliation becomes more beautiful.
  • After one loss come many.
  • After one pope another is made.
  • After one that earns comes one that wastes.
  • After one vice a greater follows.
  • After one's/its (own) fashion.
  • After pleasant scratching comes unpleasant smarting.
  • After pleasure comes pain.
  • After rain comes fair weather.
  • After rain comes sunshine.
  • After rain fine weather.
  • After scorning comes catching.
  • After shaving there's nothing to shear.
  • After stuffing pears within, drink old wine until they swim.
  • After supper walk a mile.
    Beaumont and Fletcher, Philaster, or Love Lies a-Bleeding, Act II, scene 4
  • After sweet meat comes sour sauce.
  • After taking off the head one doesn't(shouldn't) bewail the hair.
  • After the act wishing is in vain.
  • After the carriage is broke, many offer themselves to shew the road.
  • After the carriage is overturned, there are many who would show the way.
    i] People love to tell a person what he should have done.
    zit] Advice after an evil is done is like medicine after death.
    zit] It is too late to seek for advice after you have run into danger.
    zit] It is too late to shut the stable door when the steed is stolen.
    zit] When a thing is done, advice comes too late.
    tü] Araba kırılınca / devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur.
  • After the cow has lost her tail she begins to know what she had it for.
  • After the daughter is married, then come sons-in-law in plenty.
  • After the fact.
  • After the fashion of.
  • After the gathering comes the scattering.
  • After the harvest, there's no hay.
  • After the house is finished, he deserts it.
  • After the love, the repentance.
  • After the rain comes a rainbow.
  • After the sour comes the sweet.
  • After the vintage, baskets.
  • After the watershed.
  • After the work is done, repose is sweet.
  • After troubles, calm comes back.
  • After us the deluge.
  • After your own heart.
  • After/when the dust settles.
  • Afterei, Murren und Zorn über Tisch sich nicht gehor'n.
    var] Afterred' und Zorn gehören sich nicht über Tisch. (Über die Beherrschung des Zorns)
  • Afterred' und Zorn gehören nicht über Tisch.
  • Afterred' und Zorn gehören sich nicht über Tisch.
    i] Über die Beherrschung des Zorns.
  • Afterreden - böse (schlimme) Reden.
  • Afterreden erschüttern einen Weisen nicht.
  • Afterreden hat alle Zungen vergiftet.
  • Afterreden heißt in Gottes Gericht greifen.
  • Aftersprache und Hinterrede haben großen Schaden gemacht.
  • Afterwit is everybody's wit.
    var] After-wit is very body wit.
  • Aftonen kröner dagen.
    var] Aftonen kröner morgonen.
  • Aftonprat och morgenrat stämma ej altid (sälban) öfverens.
  • Aftonrådo sköon morgen bådar.
  • Aftonrodnad (Abendrot) ger klar natt morgonrodnad en våt katt.
    i] Im Monat Juni bei Westwinden.
  • Aftonrodnad'n (Abendrot) gör fager nat, morgonrodnad'n - gör daggig hatt.
  • Afufarlas alguien.
  • Âfwäselong mot sên, sät Ülespêjel, do kitel den 'n (kitzelte er) sin Jro'smoder möt de Misjafel.
    var] Afwesselung möt sin, säd Ulenspeigel un kettelt sien Nåwersch mil dei Meßfork.
  • Ag dul chun dlí leis an ndiabhal is an chúirt i n-ifreann.
    en] Going to the law with the devil and the court is in hell.
  • Ag ebnek, vén szolgának egy a fizetése.
  • Ag graecas, bone rex, fiant mandata calendas.
  • Äga küla külla ei anna.
    de] Das Dorf (d. i. die Welt) gibt keinen Reichtum.
  • Aga oli Emmu sohu ära uppunu.
    de] 'Aber' war im Sumpf von Emmu ertrunken.
  • Äga ükskid põle ju ingel mette.
    de] Niemand ist ja ein Engel.
  • Agace-pissette populaire, vulgaire.
  • Agacer le sous-préfet argot.
  • Agachar el hombro.
  • Agachar el lomo.
  • Agachar las orejas.
  • Agacharte que viene la ola.
  • Agáchate y entrarás.
  • Agáchate, que te han visto.
  • Again and again.
  • Against all hope.
  • Against all the odds.
  • Against one's better judgement.
  • Against one's inclination.
  • Against one's will.
  • Against the beastly human being even the gods are powerless.
  • Against the clock.
  • Against the collar.
  • Against the grain.
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