DICTUM

At

  • At (one and) the same time.
  • At (the) worst.
  • At a bridge, a plank, (or) a river, the servant foremost, the master behind, 63
  • At a canter.
  • At a crossroads.
  • At a dangerous passage yield precedence.
  • At a dead end.
  • At a disadvantage.
  • At a discount.
  • At a distance you fool others, close at hand just yourself.
    jiddisch] Fun vaytn nart men laytn, fun neont zikh aleyn.
  • At a distance.
  • At a drop of a dime.
  • At a glance.
  • At a good bargain (o. pennyworth), make a pause (o. think twice).
  • At a good bargain pause and ponder.
  • At a good clip.
  • At a great bargain make a pause.
  • At a great river be the last to pass.
  • At a little fountain one drinks at one's ease.
  • At a lo(o)se end.
  • At a loss (for words).
  • At a low ebb.
  • At a moment's notice.
  • At a person's beck and call.
  • At a person's behest.
  • At a person's bidding.
  • At a person's discretion.
  • At a person's elbow.
  • At a person's feet.
  • At a person's hands.
  • At a pinch.
  • At a premium.
  • At a price.
  • At a push.
  • At a rate of knots.
  • At a round table there's no dispute of place.
  • At a run.
  • At a set time.
  • At a single blow.
  • At a single stroke.
  • At a sitting.
  • At a snail's gallop.
  • At a snail's pace.
  • At a stand.
  • At a standstill.
  • At a stretch.
  • At a tender age.
  • At a time.
  • At a venture.
  • At a word.
  • At a/one blow.
  • At a/one sitting.
  • At aagre er mich forbödet, thi mig mangler poa hoved-summen.
  • At about.
  • At aede tit vel, giør at man snart aeder ilde.
  • At agte langt og komme stakket mennesket veed ikke sin tid.
  • At all costs.
  • At all events, the next best thing to being witty one's self, is to be able to quote another's wit.
    Christian Nestell Bovee
  • At all events.
  • At all hours (of the day/night).
  • At all times pseudoprofound aphorisms have been more popular than rigorous arguments.
    Mario Bunge
  • At all times.
  • At an advanced age.
  • At an ambuscade of villains a man does better with his feet than his hands.
  • At an auction keep your mouth shut.
  • At an early date.
  • At an end.
  • At an impasse.
  • At an open chest the righteous sins.
  • At anchor.
  • At angre og troe, er beste boed.
  • At another day.
    la] Ad alium diem.
  • At any cost.
  • At any moment.
  • At any price.
  • At any rate.
  • ABSURDITY
  • At any streetcorner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face. As it is, in its distressing nudity, in its light without effulgence, it is elusive.
    ALBERT CAMUS, THE MYTH OF SISYPHUS (1955)
  • At arbeyde hører til menneskene; at arbeydet lykkes, hører Gud til.
  • At arm's length.
  • At around.
  • At bat.
  • At bay.
  • At beck and call.
  • At bede er tungere end arbeyde ondt at bede en om noget, nien verre at bede en uwerdig.
  • At bede og smöre sinker ei at kiöre.
  • At bede og spørge er hvermand frit, thi afslag følger derpaa tit.
  • At bedrage en pengene af pungen og stiele dem, er snart det samme.
  • At beede og smøre, sinker ei at kiøre.
  • At beginde, fare fort og fuldende hörer sammen.
  • At begynde der man endte, skarve der det brast, øge der det slap.
  • At best.
  • At betale med liige myndt.
  • At betalle den sidste kaerv med cølns vaegt.
  • At betroe raeven hønsene, ulven faarene, bukken abild-haven at vogte.
  • At betroe ulven faarene, bukken abild-haven (traegaarden), raeven hønsene at vogte.
  • At bie en efter, som k? bier anden i graesset.
  • At bie og lide, stiller mangen en Qvide.
  • At binde an noget paa ermel (byve een fold).
  • At binde hunden ved pølsen.
  • At bona pars hominum decepta cupidine falso,
    ?Nil satis est?, inquit, ?quia tanti, quantum habeas, sis.
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