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  • Afogar-se em pingo d'água.
  • Afogar-se em qualquer água, é embaraçar-se com qualquer dificuldade.
  • Afogar-se num copo/pingo d'água.
  • ANFANGEN
  • Afoh ist gut, aber höre (aufhören) no besser. (Luzern.) - Schweiz.
  • Afool and his money are soon parted.
  • Afore warn'd, afore arm'd.
  • Aforrarse bien.
  • Aforrarse con algo.
  • Afortunada en cartas, pocas faldas.
  • Afortunadamente, todos los coches eran de tercera.
  • Afortunado ancião! Assim os campos continuarão tua propriedade!
  • Afortunado en cartas, desafortunado en amores.
  • Afortunado en cartas, desgraciado en faldas.
  • Afortunado en el juego, desafortunado en amores.
  • Afortunado en el juego, desgraciado en amores.
  • Afortunado en el juego, desgraciado en el amor.
  • Afortunado en el juego, tiene con que pagar los amores.
  • Afortunat en el joc, desgraciat en amors.
  • Afraid not.
  • Afraid of one's (own) shadow.
  • Afraid so.
  • Africa semper aliquid affert mali.
  • Africa, a mediados de febrero y principios de marzo, se presentan al
  • African golf ball.
  • African grape.
  • Afrier ken men zikh nit zat onkukn, dernokh ken men zikh nit kukn glaykh in di oygn.
    en] At first you can't stop looking at each other, later you can't look each other in the eye.
    אַפֿריִער קען מען זיך ניט זאַט אָנקוקן, דערנאָך קען מען זיך ניט קוקן גלײַך אין די אויגן.
  • AFRIKA
  • Afrika bringt immer etwas Neues.
    info] Auf Neuigkeitskrämer, die seltsame, aber oft unglaubliche Dinge auftischen. Weil man früher aus diesem Erdtheile, als dem unbekanntesten, die fabelhaftesten Dinge erzählte. Ungeachtet der vielen Entdeckungsreisen der neuern Zeit ist es doch nur noch ungenügend bekannt und wird noch auf lange Zeit hinaus viel »Neues bringen« können.
    Lat.: Ex Africa semper aliquid novi. (Erasm., 431.)
  • AFRIKA
  • Afrika fängt bei den Pyrenäen an. - Niederschlesische Zeitung, Görlitz 1865, Nr. 147.
    info] Man will dadurch die Unkenntnis schildern, die im übrigen Europa über die innern Zustände Spaniens, die für uns gleichsam afrikanisch sind, herrscht.
  • Afronta muitos, quem ameaça um.
  • Afrontar a morte para viver na história, é baratear a vida por um pingo de tinta.
  • Afrouxar a corda.
  • Afrouxar o garrão.
  • Afrouxar/alargar a rédea a alguém.
  • Aftene röde, morgen godt veyr; morgenröde, aftenblöde.
  • Aftenrede og morgenrede ere ikke eens.
  • Aftenröd och morgen grå vaskert väder gerna spå.
  • Aftenröde (Abendrot) og Morgenröde ere ec eens.
  • Aftenröde og Morgenröde ere ec eens.
  • Aftentale og Morgenteele ec altid eens.
  • After a dream of a wedding comes a corpse.
  • After a fashion/sort.
  • After a feast a man scratches his head.
  • After a good cry, your heart is lighter.
    jiddisch] Az me vaint rich ois, vert gringer afn harts.
  • After a person's own heart.
  • After a sort.
  • After a storm comes a calm.
  • After a thrifty father, a prodigal son.
  • After a while, crocodile.
  • After a while.
  • After all is said and done.
  • ART AND ARTISTS
  • After all, perhaps the greatness of art lies in the perpetual tension between beauty and pain, the love of men and the madness of creation, unbearable solitude and the exhausting crowd, rejection and consent.
    ALBERT CAMUS
  • After all.
  • 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 death comes the physician.
  • After death one becomes important.
    jiddisch] Nochen toit vert men choshev.
  • After death the Doktor.
  • 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.
  • After many years.
    la] Ad multos annos.
  • After me the deluge.
  • After meat comes mustard.
  • After meat, 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 own heart.
  • After one's/its (own) fashion.
  • After pleasant scratching comes unpleasant smarting.
  • After rain comes fair weather.
  • After rain comes sunshine.
  • After rain fine weather.
  • After Saturday comes Sunday.
  • After shaving there's nothing to shear.
  • After stuffing pears within, drink old wine until they swim.
  • After supper walk a mile.
  • After sweet meat comes sour sauce.
  • 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.
    info] People love to tell a person what he should have done.
    Zitat] Advice after an evil is done is like medicine after death.
    Zitat] It is too late to seek for advice after you have run into danger.
    Zitat] It is too late to shut the stable door when the steed is stolen.
    Zitat] 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.
  • AGRICULTURE
  • After the declining sun
    Had changed the shadows, and their task was done,
    Home with their weary team they took their way.
    ROSCOMMON
  • After the dust has settled.
  • After the fact; in retrospect.
    la] Ex post facto.
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