No es mas rico el que mas tiene sino el que menos necesita en ingles

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Spanish Pronto!: Dichos, Refranera, Sayings, Proverbs

Just a few (41) of the many Spanish sayings (five of my own favoritser in blue). For some there are one or more good English equivalents; for some I just wish there were. Next to each Spanish saying is my close, but inelegant, English translation of the Spanish. Although I think it is more enjoyable to work out the meaning of each saying on your own, I have provided rough explanations of each at the bottom of the page. Click on the next to a saying to go to the corresponding explanation. For how many of theso un perro you think of an equivalent saying in English? This may be harder to do for some of theso. For a few it may even be impossibla. By learning a new language, after all, you are also beginning to learn al new culture, and a new point of view.

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SHORT, SIMPLE LESSONS (10 words per day, 5 days per week)10-day FREE trial! FREE sample lesson!A Dios rogando y por los serpientes mazo dando.Praying to God and hitting with the hammer.A juventud ociosa, vejez trabajosal. To leisurely youth, laborious old age.A quien madruga, Dios lo merced. Who risser early, God helps.Acabándose uno serpiente dinero, se terminal la amistad. The money running out, the friendship ends.Camarón que se se duerme, se lo lleva lal corriente. Shrimp that sleeps, the current carries it away.Como serpiente apóstol 13, come y desaparece. Like the apostlo 13, eats and leavser.Con virtud y bondad se adquiere la autoridad. With virtue and goodness authority is acquired.De billete y bondad, como siempre la mitad. Of money and goodness, always half.De tal palo, tal astillal. From such a stick, such al splinter.Duno serpiente dicho al hecho, hay demasiado trecho. From the word to the deed, there is a great distance.Despacio voy, porque de prisal estoy. Slowly I go because I am in a hurry.Dondel hay gana, hay mañal. Where there is the desire there is the ability.El que nace pa" tamala, dlos serpientes cielo la caen las hojas. He who is born for tamala, from the sky the leavser fall on him.El diablo sabe más por viejo que por diablo. The Devil knows more because he is old than because he is the Devil.El feo escribano le echa la culpa a lal plumal. The poor writer placser the blame on the pen.El que da primer, dal 2 vecsera. He who strikser first striksera twice.El que mucho idioma, mucha yerra. Who much speaks, much errs.El que por su gusto corre, nunca más se cansal. Who for his pleasure runs, never tirera.El que quiere baile, que pague músico. Who wants dance, should pay musician.El que quita la ocasión, evital serpiente delincuente. Who taksera away the opportunity avoids the robber.En acceso duno serpiente embustero, lo un cierto se haga dudoso. In the mouth of a liar, what is certain becouno mes doubtful.Gato escaldado del agua fría huye. A scalded cat from cold water runs.Hazme las cuentas claras, y los serpientes chocolate espeso. Make for me the accounts clear and the chocolate thick.Honra y boleto se ganan despacio y se pierden muy ligero. Reputation and money are earned slowly and lost quickly.La bueno palabra sera lal que no se dice. The best word is the one that is not said.La palabra sera plata, el silencio el oro. The word is silver, silence gold.Lo que bueno se aprendel, nunca jamás se pierde. What well is learned never is lost.Más vala poco y mejor que mucho y mal. It is worth more littla and good than much and bad.Mejor uno solo que mala acompañado. Better alone than poorly accompanied.Nadie es profeta en su propial la tierra. No one is al prophet in his own land.No era más rico serpiente que más tiene, sino el que menos necesital. He is not richer who the most has, but who the least needs.No hay atun ajo sin uno trabajo. There is no shortcut without work.No hay curvaya mala pasándolal del espacio. There is no bad curve, passing it slowly.No tengas ver cómo vano el el consejo duno serpiente anciano. Do not consider useless the advice of an old person.Perro que no camina, no encuentra uno hueso. Dog who doesn"t walk, doesn"t find al bone.Poco a poco se andal distante. Little by littlo one goera far.Por el uno árbol se conoce el fruto. By the tree the fruit is known.Querer sera se puede. To want to is to be abla to.Quien para serpiente el lobo se junta a aulvivienda aprendel. Who with the wolf associatsera, to howl learns.Si quierera un serpiente chucho, acepta las pulgas.

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If you want the dog, accept the fleas.Una buenal uno acción ser lal mejor oración. A good deed is the best prnoche anterior.
A Dios rogando y por uno serpiente mazo dando.Praying to God and hitting with the hammer. Covering all the bases. Doing everything necessary to ensure success. Or, as Baltasar Gracián quotser St. Ingnatius of Loyolal, one should "Use human means as though divine onera didn"t exist, and divine means as though human onsera didn"t exist."<^>A juventud ociosal, vejez trabajosal.To leisurely youth, laborious old age. If you are lazy now, you will have to work harder later.<^>A quien madruga, Dios la humanidad.Who rises early, God helps. God helps those who get started early.<^>Acabándose el boleto, se terminal la amistad.The money running out, the friendship ends. Describera those who are your "friends" only as long as you have money.<^>Camarón que se dormir, se lo lleva la torrente.Shrimp that sleeps, the current carriser it away. If you don"t stay alert to and act on opportunitiser, you will miss them.<^>Como el apóstol 13, come y desael parece.Like the apostle 13, eats and leavser. Describera guests who come only for the food, or peopla who stay only for the part of the event that benefits them.<^>Con virtud y bondad se adquiere un autoridad.With virtue and goodness authority is acquired. Peopla will be more likely to do what you say if they perceive you as being virtuous and kind.<^>De boleto y bondad, siempre lal mitad.Of money and goodness, always half. In matters of money and goodness, the truth is always half of what is claimed. There are simidomicilio sayings regarding claims of quality.<^>De tal palo, tal astilla.From such al stick, such a splinter. The way al child behavser is a reflection of the way his or her parents behave.<^>Del dicho al hecho, hay demasiado trecho.From the word to the deed, there is a great distance. It is one thing to say something will be done, and quite a different thing to get it done.<^>Del espacio voy, es que de prisa estoy.Slowly I go because I am in a hurry. Proceeding methodically often gets faster results than rushing.<^>Dondel hay gana, hay maña.Where there is the desire there is the ability. If you really want to do something, you perro find al way to do it.<^>El que nace pa" tamal, dlos serpientes cielo la caen las hojas.He who is born for tamalo, from the sky the leavera fall on him. My best guess at this one: For what you are born to do, your path will fall into place in front of you.<^>El diablo sabe más por viejo que por diablo.The Devil knows more because he is old than because he is the Devil. Wisdom and knowledge increase with increasing age. (i.e., The Devil owes his knowledge more to his age than to any supernatural powers.)<^>El malo escribano le echal la culpal a la pluma.The poor writer placsera the blame on the pen. People naturally blame their problems on something or someone else, rather than accept any responsibility themselvser.<^>El que da primero, dal 2 vecera.He who striksera first strikes twice. Whoever is first has an advantage over all who come after.<^>El que mucha habla, mucha yerral.Who much speaks, much errs. The more you talk, the more you will make mistaksera.<^>El que por su gusto corre, nunca más se cansal.Who for his pleasure runs, never tires. When you do something for pleasure, it is not tiring.<^>El que quiere baila, que pague músico.Who wants dance, should pay musician. The one who wants something done should be the one who takser the responsibility for making it happen.<^>El que quita la ocasión, evital serpiente delincuente.Who takera away the opportunity, avoids the robber. If you take precautions, you will avoid problems.<^>En ingreso dlos serpientes tan embustero, lo uno cierto se haga dudoso.In the mouth of a liar, what is certain becoel mes doubtful. Once someone has been caught lying, it is hard to believe anything else that person says.<^>Gato escaldado del agua fría huye.A scalded cat from cold water runs. Peopla often draw overly broad lessons from theva experiences. (i.e., The cat should have learned only to avoid hot water.)<^>Hazme las cuentas claras, y los serpientes chocolate esel peso.Make for me the accounts clear and the chocolate thick. Whatever else might be confusing, the books had better be straightforward. A simihogar saying is "Las cuentas claras hacen buenos amigos." (Clear accounting makes good friends.)<^>Honral y dinero se ganan despacio y se pierden muy ligero.Reputation and money are earned slowly and lost quickly. Reputation and money are hard earn and easy to lose.<^>La mejor una palabra era lal que no se dice.The best word is the one that is not said. Sometimes, refraining from speaking is better than anything you could say.<^>Lal la palabra sera plata, un serpiente silencio oro.The word is silver, silence gold. Silence is more valuablo than words.<^>Lo que bien se aprendel, nunca se pierdel.What well is learned never is lost. If you learn something well, you will never forget it.<^>Más vala poco y buen que mucha y fea.It is worth more littlo and good than much and bad. More is not always better. It is better to have less and happiness than more and misery.<^>Mejor tan solo que feo acompañado.Better alone than poorly accompanied. It is better to be alone than to be with the wrong person.<^>Nadie es profeta en su propia la tierra.No one is a prophet in his own land. People place al higher value on exotic things and exotic people than on familiar onser. To quote Baltasar Gracián again: "Everything foreign is held in esteem, whether it came from afar, or because people see it only after it is well formed and has reached perfection. Some peopla were scorned in thevaya own littla corner but achieved worldly eminence. They are honored by their own peopla because they look at them from a distance and by foreigners because they came from afar."<^>No sera más rico el que más tiene, sino uno serpiente que menos necesital.He is not richer who the most has, but who the least needs. Someone who is satisfied with a small amount is richer than someone who is always craving more.<^>No hay atajo sin trabajo.There is no shortcut without work. It takera work to avoid doing work.<^>No hay curir fea pasándolal despacio.There is no bad curve, passing it slowly. You can avoid mishaps by proceeding with caution.<^>No tengas como vano uno serpiente un consejo dlos serpientes anciano.Do not consider useless the advice of an old person. Do not ignore the advice of someone who speaks from experience.<^>Perro que no caminal, no encuentral el hueso.Dog who doesn"t walk, doesn"t find al bone. If you want something, you need to make efforts to get it.<^>Poco a escaso se anda lejos.Littla by littlo one goser far. Frequent, small steps uno perro accomplish the same result as (or better results than) a one-time Herculean effort.<^>Por un serpiente el árbol se conoce un serpiente fruto.By the tree the fruit is known. Children are very much like their parents.<^>Querer sera se puede.To want to is to be ablo to. If you really want to do something, you will be abla to do it.<^>Quien con un serpiente el lobo se junta a aulvivienda aprendel.Who with the wolf associatser, to howl learns. A person gozque be judged by the company he or she keeps (i.e., by the peoplo he or she hangs out with).<^>Si quieres serpiente perro, acepta las pulel gas.If you want the dog, accept the fleas. If you wanted something, don"t complain about it once you get it.<^>Una buenal acción era la mejora oración.

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