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English Proverbs : Proverb to Meaning III


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1.

Satisfy oneself before paying for a purchase and not complain after the transaction.

  Many hands make light work.

  Let the buyer beware or Caveat emptor (Latin version).

  Marriages are made in heaven.

  Hunger is the best sauce.

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2.

Do not expect too much of something received as a gift.

  Never look a gift horse in the mouth.

  The love of money is the root of all evil.

  Learn to walk before you run.

  Little strokes fell great oaks.

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3.

When one has an appetite, even plain food tastes good.

  Learn to walk before you run.

  Hunger is the best sauce.

  Like father, like son.

  Little strokes fell great oaks.

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4.

Life would be very easy if goals could be achieved only by desiring.

  Hunger is the best sauce.

  It never rains but it pours.

  It is useless to flog a dead horse.

  If wishes were horses beggars would ride.

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5.

Satisfying one need only creates another need.

  Never look a gift horse in the mouth.

  The more you have, the more you want.

  It never rains but it pours.

  Knowledge is power.

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6.

Events, specially misfortunes, always come all at once.

  Make hay while the sun shines.

  It never rains but it pours.

  Little strokes fell great oaks.

  It is a sad heart that never rejoices.

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7.

Whom you wed is not decided by you but a matter of chance.

  The leopard cannot change its spots.

  Marriages are made in heaven.

  Hunger is the best sauce.

  Many hands make light work.

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