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English Proverbs : Proverb to Meaning IV


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Out of sight out of mind.     1It is preferable to take precautions against a bad occurrence than to repair the damage after it has happened.
Once bitten, twice shy.     2Anybody or anything no longer seen is soon forgotten.
Prevention is better than cure.     3Whatever our age and however much we know, we can still increase our knowledge.
Strike while the iron is hot.     4Choose the most opportune time to act.
One is never too old to learn.     5An unpleasant experience is not forgotten and teaches caution.


 
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