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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 coté d'un rocher coulant, à coté d'un torrent bouillonnant, ne mets ni ton or ni ton argent.
  • A coté de l'église, sur la porte de l'enfer.
  • A coté des fous, devant les armes à feu, derrière les mulets, il fait pas bon.
  • A coté des gros et des ruisseaux, ne bâtis pas ta maison.
  • A coudre du vieux, on perd son fil; à aimer un vieux, on perd ses nuits.
  • A coué besniste de cours.
  • A cough will stick longer by a horse than a peck of oats.
  • A coulomb saoul, cerises amères.
  • A coulombs saouls, cerises amères.
  • A coulons saouls, cerises sont amères.
  • A countryman may be as warm in kersey as a king in velvet.
  • A coup de bec escu d'oreilles.
    var] A coup de langue, écu d'oreille.
    var] A coup de langue, escu d'oreille.
  • A coup fait, il n'y a pas de remède.
  • A coup sûr.
  • A couper au couteau.
  • A couper le souffle.
  • A coups de trique argot,.
  • A cour de roi,
    Chacun pour soi.
  • A courageous foe is better than a cowardly friend.
  • A courageux et magnanine, fortune n'approche ni s'avoisine.
  • A course of action.
  • A court de ...
  • A courte chausse, longue lanière.
    var] A courtes chausses, longues lanières.
  • A courtesy much entreated is half recompensed.
  • A courtier is a slave with a chain of gold.
  • A courtier should be without feeling and without honour.
  • A couve requentada e a mulher a casa tornada jamais serão bons.
  • A couvert.
  • A couvoytise, rien ne suffist.
  • A cover adress.
  • A coveteous abbot for one offering loses a hundred.
  • A covetous man does nothing that he should, till he dies.
  • A covetous man is good to none and worst to himself.
  • A covetous man is like a dog in a wheel, that roasts meat for others.
  • A covetous man makes a halfpenny of a farthing, and a liberal man makes sixpence of it.
  • A covetous woman deserves a swindling gallant.
  • A cow (or a cripple) may catch a hare.
  • A cow does not know what her tail is worth until she has lost it.
  • A cow from afar gives plenty of milk.
  • A cow in a clout
    is soon out.
  • A cow in a parlour does best when it makes for the door.
  • A cow is not ashamed because it cannot fly.
  • A cow is not called dappled unless she has a spot.
  • A cow that moos too often is not a dairy cow.
  • A cow-year, a sad year; a bull-year, a glad year.
  • A coward dies a thousand deaths, a brave man dies but once.
  • A coward dies a thousand times before his death.
  • A coward dies a thousand times before his death. The valiant never taste of death but once.
  • A coward often deals a mortal blow to the brave.
  • A coward's fear can make a coward valiant.
    Owen Feltham, Resolves: Of Cowardice (1623)
  • A coward's fear may make a coward valiant.
  • A crack driver.
  • A cracked bell should not be rung.
  • A cracked bell will never be sound.
  • A cracked bell
    Can never sound well.
  • A cracked plate will last as long as a sound one.
  • A cracked pot never fell off the hook.
  • A crafty fellow never has any peace.
  • A crafty knave needs no broker.
  • A crashing bore.
  • A crazy vessel never falls from the hand.
  • A creaking cart goes long on the wheels.
    var] A creaking door hangs long on its hinges.
    var] A creaking door hangs longest.
    var] A creaking gate hangs long on ist hinges.
    var] A creaking gate hangs longest.
  • A creaking door hangs long on its hinges.
  • A creaking gate hangs long.
  • A creanza di bocca, assai vale è pocu costa.
  • A credere al compagno vai bel bello.
  • A credit to someone or something.
  • A crédit.
  • A credulidade dos tolos é o patrimônio dos velhacos.
  • A creeping Jesus colloqial, derogatory.
  • A creer se va a la iglesia.
  • A creique y penseque los ahorcaron en Madrid.
  • A crença nos médicos, que falta nos sãos, sobeja nos doentes.
  • A Cresole - non v' è nè pan nè fregole (= briccioli).
  • A criação e disciplina fazem costume.
  • A criado novo, pão e ovo; depois de velho, pau e demo.
  • A cripple in the right road is better than a racer in the wrong.
  • A Cristo prendieron en el huerto, porque ahi se quedo quieto.
  • A crooked log makes a good fire.
  • A crooked log makes a straight fire.
  • A crooked log makes a strait fire.
  • A crooked stick will have a crooked shadow.
  • A crooked tree will have a crooked shadow.
  • A cross on his breast, and the devil in his heart.
  • A cross-grained person.
  • A cross-grained woman and a snappish dog take care of the house.
  • A crow is never the whiter for often washing.
    var] A crow is never the whiter for washing herself often.
  • A crow sits next to a crow.
  • A crow will not peck out a crow's eyes.
  • A crowd is not company.
  • A crowd will help you down.
  • A crown in pocket doth you more credit than an angel spent.
  • A crown is no cure for a headache.
  • A crown is no cure for the headache.
  • A Croydon Coranto.
  • A cru.
  • A cruce salus
    en] Salvation [comes] from the cross.
    nl] Van het kruis (van Christus) komt de redding.
  • A cruz na boca e o diabo no coração.
  • A cruz nos peitos e o diabo nos feitos.
  • A cry baby.
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