What does expanding a proverb mean?
it means,we should understand the meaning of the proverb
this proverb means the odd man out.
Proverb is "pitgam". But the Biblical book is called "mishlei".
Old mothers proverb was that if one of you leave, the other must leave without him
box of birds
In Hebrew it means taunt.
This proverb means : think carefully what you are going to do before you do it . For short , think before you act Sincerely, Malaysian
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If you mean by adding more details then I strongly suggest you lease well alone, you may alter the whole meaning of the proverb. My suggestion is to fully understand what the writer is saying. There may be symbolic meanings in the work that need to be understood. Certain phrasings may need to be comprehended, for what was meant when the proverb was written may not mean the same thing today. Who is the proverb… Read More
Maxim means "Proverb" of "Saying"
un adage is a proverb in French
It means that when you need something, you will get it.
this is proverb
pitgam (×¤×ª×’×) = "proverb" or "saying"
I don't know. Can anyone explain it to me
The proverb is not 'You can get a quart into a pint pot.' It is 'You can't get a quart into a pint pot.' That means - don't waste your time trying to do something that is not possible!
it is a chinese proverb
do not disturb don't gather attention...
telling you to leave things as they are
if you earn a penny and you save it
Keep yourself humble.
so a news cant be good
The proverb means that a person from owner social stature is not limited by the presence of a king. A person can act how he would like no matter who is in front of him.
This is a short way of saying the old proverb. The full proverb is "That's the pot calling the kettle black." It means someone is judging a person for something that they do themselves.
It means that it increases in size.
old habits die hard
Jealously has no set schedule and can arise at any moment.
It means; "To marry"
A toad does not run in the daytime for nothing is an African proverb used by Chinua Achebe in his book, Things Fall Apart. This proverb is used to mean that everything happens for a reason.
they never finish their work
It means that accomplishing your goal is all that matters no matter how you did it.
Get means to acquire or obtain
In short, the proverb 'rain beats a leopard's skin but it does not wash out the spots' means that, no matter how much you try, you can't change a person/something.
increasing in mass at a great speed
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If you put something to rest, you solve the problem and end things.
Consider the answer within your mind, before you give an opinion on the subject.
It is a Chinese proverb. It means you can't have the one thing without the other thing.
The proverb 'great minds think alike' means that when two or more people have the same thought, thus saying you and the other person(s) have a great mind.
an example of a proverb
nopee there is not a proverb
I was unaware of that proverb.
The proverb easy come, easy go, means that things that are easily obtained can disappear just as easily. If no hard work was involved in getting something, it is also not such a big deal if you lose it.
because it derived from Latin word
I have heard it attributed to director Kurosawa's wife Yoko Yaguchi.
If you want something badly enough, you will find a way to obtain it.
It means don't worry about problems until they arise.
It is a proverb which means do not talk about your private family problems in public.
if you're not doing sth, you cnat achieve sth