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Sprichwort, adage, proverb, saw, saying, byword, proverbe, proverbio, refrán, frase proverbial, ditado, provérbio, przysłowie, Redensart, colloqualism, idiom, expression, phrase, tournure, poncif, dicton, expresión, frase hecha, locución, frase fatta, modo di dire, expressão idiomática, powiedzenie, powiedzonko, Zitat, quotation, citation, excerpt, quote, cita, citazione, detto, sentenza, passo, citação, Sentenz, sententia, proverbium, adagio, adagium, locutio, dictum, Spruch, carmen, elogium, pronuntatio, Redensart, phrase, collocation, locution

  • A perro sarnoso, todo son pulgas.
  • A perro velho, não digas bus-bus.
    var] A perro viejo, no cuz cuz.
    var] A perro viejo, no hay 'tus tus'.
    var] A perro viejo, no hay quien le enseñe trucos nuevos.
    var] A perro viejo, no le digas: quiz quiz (tus, tus).
    var] A perro viejo, nunca 'cuz cuz'.
    var] A perro viejo, todo se le vuelven pulgas.
    var] A perro viejo, todo son pulgas.
  • A perro viejo no hay tus tus.
  • A perseverança é companheira da vitória.
  • A perseverança é que alcança.
    var] A perseverança sempre alcança.
    var] A perseverança toda coisa alcança.
    var] A perseverança tudo alcança.
    var] A perseverança tudo vence.
  • A perseverança premia o corredor, coroa o lutador, conduz à vitória, leva ao porto.
  • A perseverança tudo alcança.
  • A persistência transpõe todo obstáculo.
  • A person is corrupted by his friends.
  • A Person is known by the company he keeps.
  • A person is not a fly.
  • A person is valued, as he makes himself valuable.
  • A person of note.
  • A person soaked to the skin is not afraid of rain.
  • A person who does not speak out against the wrong is a mute devil.
  • A person who gets all wrapped up in himself makes a mighty small package.
  • A person who goes into debt to the barley salesman will soon seil his barn.
  • A person who laughs may not be happy, but he's hide the sadness in his heart.
  • A person who sings out of tune, alias a donkey.
  • A person will sometimes devote all his life to the development of one part of his body; the wishbone.
    Robert Frost
  • A person with a set habit won't change it.
  • A person's bark is worse than his/her bite.
  • A person's beauty sleep.
  • A person's better nature.
  • A person's blind spot.
  • A person's bread and butter.
  • A person's chickens have come home to roost.
  • A person's cup is full/is runneth over.
  • A person's daily bread.
  • A person's daily dozen.
  • A person's eyes are bigger than his/her belly/stomach.
  • A person's eyes nearly/almost popped out of his/her head.
  • A person's glad rags.
  • A person's good name.
  • A person's good offices.
  • A person's heart goes out to.
  • A person's heart is not in.
  • A person's heart sinks in one's/into one's boots/shoes.
  • A person's knees knock together.
  • A person's last hour.
  • A person's last penny.
  • A person's likes and dislikes.
  • A person's lord and master.
  • A person's lucky number comes up.
  • A person's marrow/blood/spine.
  • A person's name is dirt/mud.
  • A person's name is mud/dirt.
  • A person's nearest and dearest.
  • A person's number two.
  • A person's one and only.
  • A person's opposite number.
  • A person's own flesh and blood.
  • A person's party piece.
  • A person's pride and joy.
  • A person's right arm/hand.
  • A person's right-hand man/right arm/right hand.
  • A person's ruling passion.
  • A person's second childhood.
  • A person's sheet anchor.
  • A person's sixth sense.
  • A person's slip is showing.
  • A person's spiritual home literary.
  • A person's stamping/stomping ground.
  • A person's Sunday best/dress.
  • A person's swan song literary.
  • A person's treatment of money is the most decisive test of his character, how they make it and how they spend it.
    James Moffatt
  • A person's wisdom yields patience; it is to one's glory to overlook an offense.
    Book of Proverbs 19:11
  • A person's word is (as good as) his/her bond.
  • A person's worth in this world is estimated according to the value they put on themselves.
    Jean De La Bruyere
  • A person's/one's good lady.
  • A persona lisonjera, ni oírla siquiera.
    var] A persona lisonjera, no le des oreja.
  • A perte d'haleine.
  • A perte de vue.
  • A perte.
  • A perversidade dos homens é incrível.
  • A perzicara non po' fara pira.
  • A pés juntos.
  • A pesant boeuf dur éguillon.
  • A pesar de ser resistentes al frío, les dañan las heladas tardías de principio de primavera.
  • A pesar de ser tan pollo, tengo más plumas que un gallo.
  • A pescadillo que se ha de perder, alillas le han de nacer.
  • A pescedillo que se ha perder, alilas le han de nacer.
  • A peso de ouro.
  • A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of his opportunities and an optimist is one who makes opportunities of his difficulties..
  • A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.
    Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)
  • A pessoa deve ser submetida à lei (do lugar onde delínqüe).
  • A pessoa do pai deve parecer sempre respeitável e santa ao filho.
  • A pessoa é grande quando respeita os pequenos.
  • A pessoa maior tem o pleno exercício de seus direitos.
  • A pessoa não escapa daquilo que ela vai passar.
  • A pessoa pactua livremente, mas se obriga ao pactuado.
  • A pessoa que completou vinte e dois anos de idade é maior; abaixo dessa idade, é menor.
  • A pessoa que confessa sua culpa no tribunal é considerada culpada, e é como que condenada por sua própria sentença.
  • A pessoa que não fala contra o mal é um diabo mudo.
  • A pessoa que pretende enganar exprime-se sempre em termos gerais.
  • A pessoas diferentes agradam coisas diferentes.
  • A pessoas diferentes convém coisa diferente.
  • A pessoas diferentes convêm coisas diferentes.
  • A pessoas diferentes favorecem e agradam coisas diferentes.
  • A peste acompanha a fome.
  • A pet child has many names.
  • A Peter Chettefyr (1.8.) göh d' Storche furt.
    Solothurn
  • A Peter Pan.
  • A petit âne, grande queue.
  • A petit bruit.
  • A petit capital, maigre bénéfice.
  • A petit chien, petit lien.
  • A petit chien, petit/tel lien.
  • A petit chien, tel lien.
  • A petit feu.
  • A petit manger, bien boire.
  • A petit mercier,
    Petit panier.
  • A petit mercier, petit panier.
  • A petit mercier, petit pennier.
  • A petit mercier, tel panier.
  • A petit mercier,
    Petit panier.
  • A petit occasion, prend le loup le mouton.
  • A petit oiseau, petit nid.
  • A petit présent, petit merci.
  • A petit saint, petite offrande.
  • A petit tempérament, faut chaud soleil et petit vent (pet).
  • A petit trou, petite cheville.
  • A petite achaison, prent le lou le mouton.
  • A petite achaison, prent le lou le mouton.
    var] A petite achoison le loup prend le mouton.
    var] A petite achoison, se saisit le loup du mouton.
  • A petite achoison le loup prend le mouton.
  • A petite achoison, se saisit le loup du mouton.
  • A petite fontaine boit-on à son aise.
  • A petite fontaine, à son aise boit-on.
  • A petite fontaine, boit on souef.
  • A petite fontaine, boit on souef.
    var] A petite fontaine, boit on souvent
    var] A petite fontaine, boit-on à son aise.
    var] A petite fontaine, à son aise boit-on.
    var] A petite fontaine, on peut boire à son aise.
  • A petite fontaine, boit-on à son aise.
  • A petite occasion, prend le loup le mouton.
  • A petite pluye, chiet grand vent.
  • A petites brebis, petits sifflets.
  • A petites causes, grands effets.
  • A petites journées.
  • A petits enfants des pois.
  • A petra Curbara ghjè u Fium'Orbu di u Capicorsu.
  • A petra ùn hà culu, ma biatu à chì si godi u so suvu.
  • A peu de frais.
  • A peu gagner rien despendre.
  • A peu parler, bien besogner (o. besongner/besoigner).
  • A peu près.
  • A pezzi è à bucconi.
  • A pfeifft (o. pfefft) uff'm letzten Luche.
    Schlesien
  • A pfeift auf (aus) dem letzten Loche.
    Hans Jakob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen (1622-1676)
  • A pfeift aus'm rechten Luchche.
  • A pia é a mesma, os porcos é que mudam.
  • A pic.
  • A picada (o. picadura) de mosca, pieza de sábana.
  • A piccatu vechju, sintenza nova.
  • A picciol' forno, poca legna basta.
  • A piccol pignattino poco fuoco basta.
  • A piccolo nido, piccolo uccello.
  • A pick-me-up.
  • A pico de jarro.
  • A picture is worth a thousand words.
    de] Ein Bild sagt mehr als tausend Worte.
  • A picture paints a thousand words.
  • A pie de fábrica.
  • A pie de obra.
  • A pie neutro.
  • A pie puntillas la sierra a piedra y lodo.
  • A piece of a churchyard fits everybody.
  • A piece of cake.
    Phrase
  • A piece of one's mind.
  • A piece of piss.
  • A piece of the action.
    Phrase
  • A pied, à cheval et en voiture.
  • A pied.
  • A piedade é vizinha do sofrimento.
  • A piedade proporciona segurança.
  • A pig bought on credit grunts all the year.
  • A pig bought on credit is forever grunting.
  • A pig in a poke.
    Phrase
  • A pig on credit makes a good winter and a bad spring.
  • A pig started a quarrel with another, and that made things easy for us.
  • A pig will find mud anywhere.
  • A pig's life, short and sweet.
  • A pig's tail will never make a good arrow.
  • A pigeons repus, les vesces paraissent amères.
  • A pigliar non esser lente, a pagar non esser corrente
  • A pignatta che bolle, non s'accosta la gatta.
  • A pignatta rotta, brodo spanduto.
  • A pignatta rotta, non si può far danno.
  • A pilgrim finds another pilgrim at the Arafat hill, a scabied man finds another scabied man in the heat and a pig finds another pig in the swamp.
  • A pillo, pillo y medio.
  • Á pillo, pillo y medio.
  • A piloto diestro, no hay mar siniestro.
  • A pimenta aquenta.
  • A pin a day is a groat a year.
  • A pincel.
  • A pinces.
  • A pinch of probability is worth a pound of perhaps.
    James Thurber, Lanterns and Lances
  • A pingui et obesa nutrice interim minus lactis.
  • A pink elephant.
  • A pino.
  • A pint of plain is yer only man.
  • A pint of sweat saves a gallon of blood.
    General George S. Patton (1885-1945)
  • A pinta que o galo tem, o pinto nasce com ela.
  • A pintar.
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