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ingilizce atasözleri

Türk Dil Kurumu "Uzun deneme ve gözlemlere dayanılarak söylenmiş ve halka mal olmuş, öğüt verici nitelikte söz, darbımesel." olarak tanımlamaktadır atasözünü.

Dünya üzerindeki hemen hemen tüm toplumların az ya da çok atasözlerinin olduğu görülmektedir. Toplumların sahip oldukları kültürün etkilerinin de açıkça gözlendiği bu özel sözler sayesinde, günlük hayatımızda çoğu zaman onlarca kelime ile anlatamayacaklarımızı bir çırpıda söyleyiveririz.

Hayatımızda önemli yeri olan bu sözlerin ingilizce'de nasıl ifade edildiklerini merak ediyorsanız, işte size bir liste:

A good servant makes a bad enemy.
A lawyer never goes to law himself.
A man is as old as he feels himself to be.
An ill workman always blames his tools.
Better say nothing, than nothing to the purpose.
Death always comes too early or too late
He who is shipwrecked the second time, cannot lay the blame on Neptune.
Poor men seek meat for their stomach, rich men stomach for their meat.
There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.
Turn your money when you hear the first cuckoo, and you'll have money in your pocket until he comes again.

When a cow tries to scratch its ear, It means a shower be very near, When it begins to thump its rib with its tail, Look out for thunder, lightning and hail.
When the pigeons go abenting, the farmers go lamenting.
Zeal without knowledge is like fire without light.
Youth looks forward but age looks back.
There is nothing which we receive with so much reluctance as advice.
Set trees poor and they grow rich; set them rich and they oft grow poor.
Six hours' sleep for a man, seven for a woman and eight for a fool.
Many eyes go through the meadow, but few see the flowers.
He that takes the devil into his boat must carry him over the sound.
Children pick up words as pigeons peas, And utter them again as God shall please.
A woman that loves to be at the window is a bunch of grapes on the highway.
A fair October and a good blast, will blow the hag and her broom away fast.
Even if an ass goes travelling he'll not come home a horse.
He that eats of the king's goose shall be choked with feathers.
He who would climb the ladder must begin at the bottom.
Never love with all your heart, it only ends in breaking.
Never put off till tomorrow what may be done today.
Servants like ornaments should be used in their proper places.
The crow went travelling abroad and came home just as black.
Time and thinking tame the strongest grief.