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Q 發問時間: 社會與文化語言 · 1 0 年前


1.There are other fish in the sea. 天涯何處無芳草。

2. Time and tide wait for no man. 歲月不饒人。

3.All good things come to an end. 天下無不散之筵席。

4.Constant dripping wears away the stone. 滴水穿石。

5.Everybody’s business is nobody’s business. 三個和尚沒水喝。

6.Handsome is as handsome does. 慷慨大方始為美。

7. All roads lead to Rome. 條條大路通羅馬。

8.Barking dogs seldom bite. 會叫的狗不咬人。

9.First come first served. 捷足先登。

10.History repeats itself. 歷史會重演。

11. There are two sides to every question. 凡事皆有兩面。

12. A bad workman always blames his tools. 不會撐船怪河彎。

13. Adversity leads to prosperity. 窮則變。

14. A man becomes learned by asking questions. 不恥下問才能有學問。

15. A rolling stone gathers no moss. 滾石不生苔,轉業不聚財。

16. It is the first step that costs troublesome. 萬事起頭難。

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  • Doggy
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    1 0 年前

    1.天涯何處無芳草→Don't be upset over what you've lost. This proverb is often used as a consolation for losing a girlfriend or a boyfriend. 2.歲月不饒人→No one is so powerful that they can stop the march of time.The origin is uncertain, although it's clear that the phrase is ancient.3.天下無不散之筵席→There is an end to everything, to good things as well. The proverb first attested in the United States around 1680.4.滴水穿石→Meaning that even an infinitesimal force can accomplish a seemingly impossible feat with persistence.5.三個和尚沒水喝→It seems that , most people — will give up all sorts of things if they think they're getting something desirable in return.6.慷慨大方始為美→Good deeds are more important than good looks. as first recorded by Chaucer in 'The Wife of Bath's Tale' (c. 1387).7.條條大路通羅馬→All paths or activities lead to the center of things. This was literally true in the days of the Roman Empire, when all the empire’s roads radiated out from the capital city.8.會叫的狗不咬人→People who make big threats don't usually carry them out.9.捷足先登→first come, first served. Ellipsis for: He who is FIRST COME is FIRST SERVED; --used in stores, restaurants, etc.10.歷史會重演→"History follows a pattern of events that recur in different eras. Also used to refer to anything that happens more than once.11.凡事皆有兩面→"There's always a different point of view, which is entitled to be heard.12.不會撐船怪河彎→says it is only a bad workman who quarrels with his tools and repudiates Kuropatkin's criticism of the rank and file.13.窮則變→Adversity leads us inward to correct and perfect our march to life. Prosperity leads us onward to illlumine and imortalize our human birth. 14.不恥下問才能有學問 →this phrase means that a man learns as more as he asks.15.滾石不生苔→Mosses need a stable, moist environment to grow (shady edges of your lawn, edges of old roofs, immobile old stones set in the ground. If a stone is rolling, it does not provide this environment.16.萬事起頭難→as "the first step costs troublesome", means that everything is difficile at the beginning.

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  • 1 0 年前

    you give me remember 你給我記住

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    Go with flow.隨波逐流。

    Actions speak louder than words.坐而言不如起而行。

    A friend in need is a friend indeed.患難見真交。

    Where there is a will, there is a way.有志者,事竟成。

    Silence is golden.沉默是金。

    Two heads are better than one.三個臭皮匠,勝過一個諸葛亮。

    Strike while the iron is hot.打鐵趁熱。

    The more haste, the less speed.欲速則不達。

    No pain, no gain.不勞則無獲。

    Like father, like son.有其父必有其子。

    Let bygones be bygones.既往不咎。

    Practice makes perfect.熟能生巧。

    Knowledge is power.知識就是力量。

    It's no use crying over the spilt milk.覆水難收。

    Do at Rome as the Romans do.入境隨俗。



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