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我有点懒,可是我很幸福。因为我有时时刻刻关心我的父母,时时刻刻照顾我的老婆,还有离不开我的一个漂亮的小姑娘。 对于生活,我很满足。



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0500. Circumstances are the rulers of the weak, instrument of the wise. 弱者困于环境,智者利用环境
0501. Civility costs nothing. 礼貌不须什么代价。 
0502. Cleanliness is next to godliness. 清净近乎神圣。 
0503. Clothes make the man. 人要衣装,佛要金装。 
0504. Come what may, heaven won't fall. 船到桥头自会直。 
0505. Comfort is better than pride. 安慰胜过傲慢。 
0506. Coming events cast their shadows before them. 山雨欲来风满楼。 
0507. Compare your grieves with other men's and they will seem less. 你的悲痛与人比,悲痛就会轻一些。 
0508. Comparisons are odious. 人比人,气死人。 
0509. Confession is the first step to repentance. 悔罪先须认罪。 
0510. Confidence of success is almost success. 对成功抱有信心,就近乎成功。 
0511. Conquer of fear of death and you are put into possession of your life. 不怕死,然后才能生。 
0512. Constant dropping wears away a stone. 滴水穿石。 
0513. Content is better than riches. 知足常乐。 
0514. Content is happiness. 知足常乐。 
0515. Conversation makes one what he is. 言如其人。 
0516. Councils of war never fight. 主战者不打仗。 
0517. Counsel after action is like rain after harvest. 放马后炮。 
0518. Counsel must be followed, not praised. 忠告必须照办,而不是赞美。 
0519. Count not your chickens before they are hatched. 不要过早乐观。 
0520. Courage and resolution are the spirit and soul of virtue. 勇敢和决心是美德的灵魂。 
0521. Courtesy costs nothing. 谦虚恭敬,不用分文。 
0522. Cowards are cruel. 懦夫不仁。 
0523. Credit, like a looking-glass, broken once, is gone, alas! 信誉像镜子,破碎无法补。 
0524. Creditors have better memories than debtors. 放债人的记性比借债人好。 
0525. Crows do not pick crow's eyes. 同室不操戈。 
0526. Cry up wine and sell vinegar. 挂羊头,卖狗肉。 
0527. Cry with one eye and laugh with the other. 口不应心。 
0528. Curiosity killed the cat. 好奇心,惹祸根。 
0529. Custom is a second nature. 习惯是第二天性。 
0530. Custom is the guide of the ignorant. 习俗是无知者的向导。 
0531. Custom makes all things easy. 若照习惯办,万事皆不难。 
0532. Custom rules the law. 习俗影响法律。 
0533. Custom without reason is but ancient error. 习俗没有道理,古代谬误而已。 
0534. Cut short the nonsense and return to one's muttons. 闲话少说,言归正传。 
0535. Cut the coat according to the cloth. 量布裁衣。 
0536. Danger is next neighbor to security. 危险是安全的近邻。 
0537. Danger itself is the best remedy for danger. 危险本身就是对付危险的最好办法。 
0538. Dead men tell no tales. 死人不会搬弄是非。 
0539. Death is the grand leveller. 凡人都要死,大家都一样。 
0540. Death meets us everywhere. 死亡到处和我门相遇。 
0541. Death pays all debts. 人死百债了。 
0542. Death when it comes will have no denial. 死亡来临时,无可抗拒之。 
0543. Deeds, no words. 不要光说不练。 
0544. Debt is better than death. 负债总比死亡强。 
0545. Deeds are fruits; words are but leaves. 行动是果实,言语只是树叶而已。 
0546. Deeds are males, and words are females. 言柔弱无能,行刚强有力。 
0547. Deep rivers move in silence, shallow brooks are noisy. 深水静静流,浅溪潺潺流。 
0548. Delays are dangerous. 坐失良机必有忧患。 
0549. Deliberate before you begin, then execute with vigour. 著手前要深思熟虑,执行要果断有力。 

0550. Deliberate in counsel, prompt in action. 考虑要仔细,行动要迅速。 
0551. Deliberating is not delaying. 慎思不是拖延。 
0552. Deliver not your words by number but by weight. 言不在多,而在有物。 
0553. Depend on others and you always repent. 依靠别人总要后悔。 
0554. Despair gives courage to a coward. 人急造反,狗急跳墙。 
0555. Destruction pursues the great. 树大招风。 
0556. Devil must be driven out with devils. 以毒攻毒。 
0557. Dexterity comes by experience. 熟练来自经验。 
0558. Diamond cut diamond. 强中更有强中手。 
0559. Diet cures more than the doctor. 药补不如食补。 
0560. Diligence is near success. 勤奋近乎成功。 
0561. Diligence is the mother of good luck. 刻苦是成功之母。 
0562. Diligence is the mother of success. 勤奋是成功之母。 
0563. Discontent is the first step in progress. 不知足是前进中的第一步。 
0564. Discretion is the better part of valour. 小心即大勇。 
0565. Disease, enemy, and debt --these three must be cut off as soon as they begin to grow. 病,仇与债这三者,一露苗头就砍掉。 
0566. Disease of the soul are more dangerous than those of the body. 心灵上的疾病比肉体上的疾病更危险。 
0567. Diseases are the price of ill pleasures. 疾病是不正当娱乐的代价。 
0568. Diseases come on horseback, but go away on foot. 病来如山倒,病去如抽丝。 
0569. Disgraced may be he who thinks ill. 心怀不端的人是可耻的。 
0570. Do as most men do and men will speak well of thee. 为众之所为,受众之所夸。 
0571. Do as the Romans do(or Do as they do at Rome). 入乡要随俗。 
0572. Do as you would be done by. 推己及人。 
0573. Do business, but be not a slave to it. 要做事,但不要做事务的奴隶。 
0574. Dog does not eat dog. 物不伤其类。 
0575. Dogs that bark at a distance bite not at hand. 远处叫得凶的狗,不会近身来咬人。 
0576. Dogs that run after many hares kill none. 多谋寡成。 
0577. Dogs wag their tails not so much in love to you as your bread. 狗摇尾巴,爱的是面包。 
0578. Doing is better than saying. 行胜于言。 
0579. Do in Rome as the Romans do. 入乡随俗。 
0580. Do not all you can, spend not all you have; believe not all you hear; and tell not all you know. 不要为所能为,不要花尽所有,不要全信所闻,不要言尽所知。 
0581. Do not cut down the tree that gives you shade. 不要忘恩负义。 
0582. Do not despise your enemy. 万勿轻敌。 
0583. Do not give a dog bread every time he wags his tail. 不要有求必应。 
0584. Do not praise a day before sunset. 切勿褒贬过早。 
0585. Do not run too fast after gain. 不要见利就拼命追。 
0586. Do not speak of your happiness to one less fortunate than yourself. 不要向不如你幸运的人述说你的幸福。 
0587. Do not swap horses when crossing a stream. 处在危难中,不宜大更动。 
0588. Do no through fear of poverty surrender liberty. 不要因为怕贫苦而放弃自由。 
0589. Do not to others what you do not wish them to do to you. 己所不欲,勿施于人。 
0590. Do not wash dirty linen in public. 家丑不可外扬。 
0591. Don't cast out the foul water till you bring in the clean. 清水未来,莫泼赃水。 
0592. Don't count your chicken before they are hatched. 不要过早乐观。 
0593. Don't climb a tree to look for fish. 勿缘木求鱼。 
0594. Don't cross the bridge till you get to it. 不要杞人忧天。 
0595. Don't fly till you wings are feathered. 羽毛未丰不要飞。 
0596. Don't cry out before you are hurt. 还没受苦,就别叫苦。 
0597. Don't halloo till you are out of the wood. 没有脱离危险不要先欢呼。 
0598. Don't have thy cloak to make when it begins to rain. 切莫临时抱佛脚。 
0599. Don't keep all your eggs in one basketball. 勿孤注一掷。 
0600. Don't put off till tomorrow what should be done today. 今日事,今日毕。
0601. Don't speak all you know, but know all you speak. 不要尽言所知,而要尽知所言。 
0602. Don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs. 休要班门弄斧。 
0603. Don't throw out your dirty water before you get in fresh. 清水未打来,赃水莫倒掉。 
0604. Don't trouble trouble until trouble troubles you. 不要自寻烦恼。 
0605. Don't whistle until you are out of the wood. 没有脱离险境,不要过早高兴。 
0606. Do one's level best. 尽力而为。 
0607. Dot the i's and cross the t's. 一点一划,循规蹈矩。 
0608. Doubt is the key of knowledge. 怀疑乃知识的钥匙。 
0609. Do well is better than say well. 说得好不如做得好。 
0610. Downy lips make thoughtless slips. 嘴上没毛,办事不牢。 
0611. Draw not your bow till your arrow is fixed. 事未齐备,切莫妄动。 
0612. Draw water with a sieve. 竹篮子打水一场空。 
0613. Dream are lies. 梦不足信。 
0614. Dreams go by contraries. 梦想总与现实相反。 
0615. Drive your business, do not let it drive you. 要推动事业,不要让事业来推动你。 
0616. Drop by drop the oceans are filled; stone by stone the walls are built. 滴水汇大海,垒石诛高墙。 
0617. Drowning man will catch at a straw. 溺水的人一根草也要抓。 
0618. Drunken days have all their tomorrows. 今日花天酒地,明日潦倒穷途。 
0619. Drunkenness reveals what soberness conceals. 酒后露真言。 
0620. Dumb dogs are dangerous. 哑犬最凶恶。 
0621. Dying is as natural as living. 死亡与生存一样自然。
0622. Each bird loves to hear himself sing. 鸟儿都爱听自己唱歌。 
0623. Each day brings its own bread. 天无绝人之路。 
0624. Each man is the architect of his own fate. 命运掌握在自己手中。 
0625. Eagles catch no flies. 大人物不计较小事情。 
0626. Eagles fly alone, but sheep flock together. 鹰单飞,羊群集。 
0627. Early mistakes are the seeds of future trouble. 早期的错误可以酿成日后的麻烦。 
0628. Early sow, early mow. 播种早的收获早。 
0629. Early start makes easy stages. 早开始是成功的保证。 
0630. Early to bed and early to rise make a man healthy, wealthy and wise. 早睡早起,令人健康、富有而且聪明。 
0631. Early wed, early dead. 早婚早夭。 
0632. Easier said than done. 说话容易做事难。 
0633. East or west, home is best. 在家千日好,出门时时难。 
0634. Easy come, easy go. 易得易失。 
0635. Eat at pleasure, drink with measure. 随意吃饭,适度饮酒。 
0636. Eat one's cake and have it. 又要马儿好,又要马儿不吃草。 
0637. Eat to live, but not live to eat. 吃饭是为了生存,但生存不是为了吃饭。 
0638. Eat to please thyself, but dress to please others. 吃是使自己受用,穿是使别人受用。 
0639. Education begins a gentleman, conversation completes him. 人的教养始于教育,成于社交。 
0640. Education has for its object the formation of character. 教育的目的在于培养品德。 
0641. Elbow grease gives the best polish. 只要功夫深,铁杵磨成针。 
0642. Empty vessels make the greatest sound. 空桶响声大。 
0643. Enough is as good as a feast. 知足常乐。 
0644. Envy assails the noblest, the winds howl around the highest peak. 高位遭人妒,高峰招风吹。 
0645. Equivocation is first cousin to a lie. 支支吾吾,其言必诈。 
0646. Errors, like straws, upon the surface flow; he who would search for pearls must dive below. 错误像稻草,漂浮在水面。欲觅珍珠者,须往水下潜。 

0647. Even Homer sometimes nods. 人非圣贤,孰能无过。 
0648. Even the walls have ears. 隔墙有耳。 
0649. Every advantage has its disadvantage. 有利必有弊。 
0650. Every bean has its black. 人人有其缺点。 
0651. Every bird likes its own nest. 人爱其家。 
0652. Everybody's business is nobody's business. 人人都管,大家不管。 
0653. Every brave man is a man of his word. 勇敢的人都是信守诺言的人。 
0654. Every bullet has its billet. 无风不起浪。 
0655. Every cloud has a silver lining. 山穷水尽疑无路,柳暗花明又一村。 
0656. Every cock crows on its own dunghill. 夜郎自大。 
0657. Every cook praises his own broth. 自吹自擂。 
0658. Every country has its customs. 乡有乡俗。 
0659. Every couple is not a pair. 同床异梦,貌合神离。 
0660. Every day is not Sunday. 好景不常在,好花不常开。 
0661. Every day of thy life is a leaf in thy history. 生命中的一天就是你历史上的一页。 
0662. Every dog has his day. 凡人都有得意之日。 
0663. Every dog has his day, and every man his hour. 人人都有得意的日子。 
0664. Every dog is a lion at home. 夜郎自大。 
0665. Every dog is valiant at his won door. 狗在家门前条条都凶悍。 
0666. Every door may be shut but death's door. 除了死门外,每门都可关。 
0667. Every extremity is a fault. 万事过分都差误。 
0668. Every fool can find faults that wise man cannot remedy. 蠢人也能找出聪明人无法弥补的岔子来的。 
0669. Every heart has its own sorrow. 人人都有伤心处。 
0670. Every horse thinks his sack heaviest. 每疋马认为自己驮的袋子重。 
0671. Every Jack has his Jill. 有情人终成眷属。 
0672. Every little makes a mickle. 积少成多。 
0673. Every lover sees a thousand graces in the beloved object. 情人眼里出西施。 
0674. Every man has a fool in his sleeve. 聪明一世,糊涂一时。 
0675. Every man has his faults. 人孰无过。 
0676. Every man has his hobby-horse. 人各有所好。 
0677. Every man has his liking. 人各有所好。 
0678. Every man has his weak side. 人人都有自己的弱点。 
0679. Every man is best know to himself. 自己最了解自己。 
0680. Every man has the defects of his qualities. 一个人的好品质上也有不足之处。 
0681. Every man is the architect of his own fortune. 每个人都是他自己命运的建筑师。 
0682. Every man is the master of his own fortune. 每个人都是他自己的命运的主宰。 
0683. Every man is the son of his own works. 种瓜得瓜,种豆得豆。 
0684. Every man thinks his own geese swans. 每个人都以为自己的东西了不起。 
0685. Every medal has its reverse. 事物都有它的反面。 
0686. Every mother's child is handsome. 老王卖瓜,自卖自夸。 
0687. Everyone is dissatisfied with his own fortune. 人对自己的命运总不感满足。 
0688. Every one's faults are not written in their foreheads. 知人知面不知心。 
0689. Every pleasure has a pain. 乐中必有苦。 
0690. Every potter praises his own pot. 老王卖瓜,自卖自夸。 
0691. Every salesman boasts of his own wares. 老王卖瓜,自卖自夸。 
0692. Every shoe fits not every foot. 不能以己度人。 
0693. Everything comes to him who waits. 安心等待必有好处。 
0694. Everything has its seed. 无风不起浪。 
0695. Everything has its time and that time must be watched. 任何事情都有好的时机,不要随意放过。 
0696. Everything hath an end. 任何事物都有它的结果。 
0697. Everything is good in its season. 万物逢时皆美好。 
0698. Everything is good when new, but friend when old. 东西新的好,朋友老的好。 
0699. Everything is nice in your garden. 老王卖瓜,自卖自夸。 
0700. Everything must have a beginning. 凡是都有起源。
0701. Everything new is fine. 新事物总是美好的。 
0702. Every tide hath its ebb. 兴盛之日必有衰退之时。 
0703. Every tree is known by its own fruit. 观其言行,知其为人。 
0704. Every why has a wherefore. 事出有因。 
0705. Evil comes to us by ells and goes away by inches. 罪恶来时,尺进寸退。 
0706. Evil communications corrupt good manners. 交往恶劣,有损风度。 
0707. Evil gotten, evil spent. 悖入悖出。 
0708. Example is better than precept. 言教不如身教。 
0709. Exchange is no robbery. 公平交易并非强行夺取。 
0710. Exercise, temperance, fresh air, and needful rest are the best of all physicians. 锻链、节制、新鲜空气和必要的休息是最好的医生。 
0711. Experience is a school from which one can never graduate. 经验无止境。 
0712. Experience is the best teacher. 经验是良师。 
0713. Experience is the father of wisdom and memory the mother. 经验是知识之父,记忆是知识之母。 
0714. Experience is the mother of wisdom. 智慧来自经验。 
0715. Experience keeps a dear school, but fools learn in no other. 吃亏学乖代价高,笨汉非此学不好。 
0716. Experience keeps no school, she teaches her pupils singly. 亲身经验,才是经验。 
0717. Experience must be bought. 若要得经验,必须化代价。 
0718. Experience teaches. 经验给人教训。 
0719. Experience without learning is better than learning without experience. 有经验而无学问,胜于有学问而无经验。 
0720. Extremes are dangerous. 物极必反。 
0721. Extremes meet. 否极泰来。 
0722. Eye for eye and tooth for tooth. 以牙还牙,以眼还眼。 
0723. Facts are stubborn things. 事实是不容改变的东西。 
0724. Failure is the mother of success. 失败是成功之母。 
0725. Faint heart never wins fair lady. 
0726. Fair and softly go far in a day. 谦和稳重,前程远大。 
0727. Fair faces need no paint. 貌美毋须修饰。 
0728. Faith will move mountains. 精诚所至,金石为开。 
0729. Fall sick and you will see who is your friend and who is not. 困难见友情。 
0730. False friends are worse than open enemies. 明枪易躲,暗箭难防。 
0731. False tongue will hardly speak truth. 虚伪者不肯说真话。 
0732. False with one can be false with two. 对一个人虚伪,也会对两个人虚伪。 
0733. Fame is a magnifying glass. 名誉是放大镜。 
0734. Fame like a river is narrowest at its source and broadest afar off. 名誉像条河,源头最狭窄,远处最宽阔。 
0735. Familiar paths and old friends are the best. 熟路好遵循,老友最可珍。 
0736. Far from eye, far from heart. 离远而情疏。 
0737. Fast bind, fast find. 保存得好,东西好找。 
0738. Fasting comes after feasting. 今日有酒今日醉,明日无钱不揭锅。 
0739. Fat hens lay few eggs. 肥鸡不下蛋。 
0740. Faults are thick where love is thin. 一朝情意淡,样样不顺眼。 
0741. Fear is often greater than the danger. 杞人忧天。 
0742. Fear not the future; weep not for the past. 不要为未来担忧,不要为过去悲泣。 
0743. Feed a cold and starve a fever. 伤风时宜吃,发热时宜饿。 
0744. Feed a pig and you'll have a hog. 种瓜得瓜,种豆得豆。 
0745. Feed by measure and defy physician. 饮食有节制,医生无用处。 
0746. Few words are best. 少说为妙。 
0747. Few words, many deeds. 少说话,多做事。 

0748. Fine clothes make the man. 人要衣装。 
0749. Fine feathers do not make fine birds. 人不可貌相。 
0750. Fine feathers make fine birds. 人要衣装,佛要金装。 
0751. Fine words butter no parsnips. 画饼充饥。 
0752. Fine words dress ill deeds. 漂亮的言词可以掩饰恶劣的行为。 
0753. Finished labors are pleasant. 大功告成,好不高兴。 
0754. Fire and water are good servants, but bad masters. 水火是忠仆,造灾成元凶。 
0755. Fire proves gold, adversity proves men. 烈火显真金,逆境识英雄。 
0756. Fire that's closest kept burns most of all. 关得最紧的火,燃烧得最炽烈。 
0757. Fire, water, and money are good servants, but bad masters. 水火金钱是忠仆,使用不当是祸首。 
0758. First catch your hare, then cook him. 不要谋之过早。 
0759. First come, first served. 先来先卖。 
0760. First impressions are most lasting. 最初的印象最为持久。 
0761. First think, and then speak. 先想后说。 
0762. First try, and then trust. 试了才能相信。 
0763. Fish begins to stink at the head. 上梁不正下梁歪。 
0764. Flattery brings friends, but the truth begets enmity. 奉承惹人喜,直言招人仇。 
0765. Follow love and it will flee, flee love and it will follow thee. 追求爱情,它要逃走;逃避爱情,它会跟你。 
0766. Fools grow without watering. 笨蛋自然成,无需浇水勤。 
0767. Fool's haste is no speed. 欲速则不达。 
0768. Fools have fortune. 戆人有戆福。 
0769. Fools make feasts and wise men eat them. 愚者设筵,智者赴宴。 
0770. Fools never know when they are well off. 傻瓜永远不知道他们何时能享福。 
0771. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. 智者裹足不前,愚者铤而走险。 
0772. Fools will be fools. 笨蛋总是笨蛋。 
0773. Fools will be meddling. 愚者总好无事生非。 
0774. For age and want save while you may; no morning sun lasts a whole day. 为了年老和急须,要及时积蓄,因为早晨的太阳,不会整天照耀。 
0775. For a lost thing care nothing. 一事之失,不必介意。 
0776. Forbidden fruit is sweet. 禁果分外甜。 
0777. Force can never destroy right. 暴力绝不能摧毁正义。 
0778. Forget not that you are a man. 不要忘记你是一个人。 
0779. Forget others' faults by remembering your own. 想想自己的错,就会忘却别人的过。 
0780. Forgive and forget. 不念旧恶。 
0781. Forgive others but not yourself. 待人宽,对己严。 
0782. Fortune favours fools. 傻子有傻福。 
0783. Fortune favours the bold. 勇者天佑。 
0784. Fortune is fickle. 天有不测风云,人有旦夕祸福。 
0785. Fortune is good to him who knows to make good use of her. 知道利用幸福的人才有幸福。 
0786. Fortune knocks once at least at every man's door. 人人都有鸿运高照之日。 
0787. Fortune often rewards with interest those that have patience to wait for her. 只要有耐心,总会走好运。 
0788. Fortune smiles upon the brave and frowns upon the coward. 幸运喜欢勇敢的人,而不喜欢怯懦的人。 
0789. Fortune to one is mother, to another is stepmother. 命运对一种人如亲娘,对另一种人却是晚娘。 
0790. Four eyes see more than two. 人多识广。 
0791. Friendless is the dead. 没有朋友者,等于是死人。 
0792. Friends are like fiddle-strings, they must not be screwed too tight. 朋友像琴弦,不能太拧紧。 
0793. Friends are lost by calling often and calling seldom. 交往过密过疏,都会失去朋友。 
0794. Friends are thieves of time. 交朋友,费时间。 
0795. Friendship cannot stand always on one side. 来而不往非礼也。 
0796. Friendship is love with understanding. 友谊是爱加上谅解。 
0797. Friendship multiplies joys and divides grieves. 友谊可以增添欢乐,可以分担忧愁。 
0798. Friendship ---- one soul in two bodies. 友谊是两人一条心。 
0799. Friendship should not be all on one side. 友谊不该只是单方面的事。 
0800. Friendship the older it grows the stronger it is. 友谊地久天长。 
0800. Friendship the older it grows the stronger it is. 友谊地久天长。
0801. Friends may meet, but mountains never greet. 朋友可相逢,高山永分离。 
0802. Friends must part. 天下无不散之筵席。 
0803. From a little spark may burst a mighty flame. 星星之火可以燎原。 
0804. From hearing comes wisdom; from speaking, repentance. 多听增智慧,多言生后悔。 
0805. From saving comes having. 富有来自节约。 
0806. From short pleasure long repentance. 痛快一时,悔恨终身。 
0807. From the father comes honour; from the mother, comfort. 荣誉由父次,安慰由母与。 
0808. Frugality is an estate alone. 仅仅节约就是一笔财产。 
0809. Fruit ripens not well in the shade. 阴凉处的果子不会成熟。 
0810. Full belies make empty skulls. 大腹便便,头脑空虚。
0811. Gain got by a lie will burn one's fingers. 靠欺骗得来的利益会使自己受害。 
0812. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may. 有花堪折直须折。 
0813. Genius often betrays itself into great errors. 天才常被天才误。 
0814. Gifts from enemies are dangerous. 敌人礼,藏危险。 
0815. Give a dog a bad name and hang him. 欲加之罪,何患无词。 
0816. Give a fool rope enough and he will hang himself. 授绳与愚,愚能自傅。 
0817. Give a lark to catch a kite. 得不偿失。 
0818. Give as good as one gets. 以其人之道,还治其人之身。 
0819. Give a thief rope enough and he will hang himself. 多行不义必自毙。 
0820. Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice. 要多听少说。 
0821. Give hostages to fortune. 听天由命。 
0822. Glory, honour, wealth, and rank, such things are nothing but shadows. 富贵如浮云。 
0823. Glory is the shadow of virtue. 光荣是美德的影子。 
0824. God defend me from my friends; form my enemy I can defend myself. 防友靠天,防敌靠己。 
0825. God helps those who help themselves. 自助者天助之。 
0826. God never shuts one door but he opens another. 天无绝人之路。 
0827. God sends fortune to fools. 蠢人有蠢福。 
0828. God sends meat and the devil sends cooks. 鲜肉由天次,劣厨乃鬼遣。 
0829. Go farther and fare worse. 一动不如一静。 
0830. Go for wool and come home shorn. 求得反失。 
0831. Gold will not buy everything. 黄金不能购买一切。 
0832. Good children make glad parents. 孩子好,父母笑。 
0833. Good counsel does no harm. 忠言无害。 
0834. Good counsel never comes amiss. 忠言有利无害。 
0835. Good counsel never comes too late. 忠言绝不嫌迟。 
0836. Good deeds will shine as the stars of heaven. 善行如日月经天。 
0837. Good fame is better than a good face. 美名胜美貌。 
0838. Good for good every man can do, good for bad only a noble man can do. 以德报德,人人都能做到;以德报怨只有高尚的人才能办到。 
0839. Good health is above wealth. 健康重于财富。 
0840. Good news goes on crutches. 好事不出门。 
0841. Goods are theirs that enjoy them. 能享受自己财产的人是财产的真正主人。 
0842. Good to begin well, better to end well. 善始好,善终更好。 
0843. Good watch prevents misfortune. 有备无患。 
0844. Good wine needs no bush. 酒好客自来。 
0845. Good wine needs no cries. 好酒无需叫卖。 
0846. Good words and ill deeds deceive wise men and fools. 话好行为劣,欺骗智和愚。 
0847. Good words without deeds are rushes and reeds. 光说好话而不见行动,一文不值。 

0848. Gossiping and lying go hand in hand. 搬事弄非者,必是撒谎人。 
0849. Go to bed with the lamb and rise with the lark. 早睡早起。 
0850. Govern your thoughts when alone, and your tongue when in company. 一人独处慎于思,与人相处慎于言。 
0851. Grain by grain and hen fills her belly. 一粒一粒啄米,母鸡填饱肚皮。 
0852. Grasp all, lose all. 贪多必失。 
0853. Grasp the nettle and it won't sting you. 困难像弹簧,你硬它就软。 
0854. Grasp the shadow and let go the substance. 舍本逐末。 
0855. Grasp the thistle firmly. 毅然处理困难局面。 
0856. Great barkers are no biters. 吠犬不咬。 
0857. Great boast, small roast. 说得天花乱坠,成事微乎其微。 
0858. Great designs require great consideration. 宏伟的计划须要慎重考虑。 
0859. Greatest genius often lies concealed. 大智若愚。 
0860. Great hopes make great man. 大希望造就大人物。 
0861. Great men are not always wise. 伟大的人物未必总是英明的。 
0862. Great men have great faults. 伟人也会铸大错。 
0863. Great minds think alike. 英雄所见略同。 
0864. Great oaks from little acorns grow. 万丈高楼平地起。 
0865. Great souls suffer in silence. 伟人受苦,声色不露。 
0866. Great talkers are commonly liars. 能言的人谎话多。 
0867. Great talkers are little doers. 人好说大话,并非实干家。 
0868. Great talkers are not great doers. 其人说得多,做得不会多。 
0869. Great winds blow upon high hills. 树大招风。
0870. Habit cures habit. 新风移旧俗。 
0871. Habit is second nature. 习惯成自然。 
0872. Half a tale is enough for a wise man. 聪明人凡事只须听一半,就会明白究竟。 
0873. Half a loaf is better then no bread. 半块面包亦胜无。 
0874. Half the world knows not how the other half lives. 富人不知穷人苦。 
0875. Hang up one's fiddle when one comes home. 在外谈笑风生,在家闷闷不乐。 
0876. Hang up one's hat in another's house. 在别人家里久留不去,长期居住。 
0877. Happiness consists in contentment. 知足常乐。 
0878. Happiness takes no account of time. 幸福不觉光阴过。 
0879. Happy is he that is happy in childhood. 童年时代快乐的人是幸福的。 
0880. Happy is he that is happy in his children. 对自己孩子感到高兴的,才是幸福的人。 
0881. Happy is he who knows his follies in his youth. 记得青年时所做的愚笨事的人是幸福的。 
0882. Happy is he who owes nothing. 无债一身轻。 
0883. Happy is the man that owes nothing. 无债一身轻。 
0884. Hardships never come alone. 祸不单行。 
0885. Hard words break no bones, fine words butter no parsnips. 粗话无害,甘言无益。 
0886. Hares may pull dead lions by the beard. 虎落平阳被犬欺。 
0887. Harm set, harm get. 自作自受。 
0888. Harm watch, harm catch. 害人反害己。 
0889. Haste makes waste. 拔苗助长。 
0890. Hasty climbers have sudden falls. 大起者有大落。 
0891. Hasty love is soon hot and soon cold. 草草率率谈恋爱,热得快也冷得快。 
0892. Hasty love, soon cold. 匆忙的爱情冷得快。 
0893. Hatred is blind as well as love. 爱情与仇恨同样是盲目的。 
0894. Have but few friends though many acquaintances. 朋友要少,熟人要多。 
0895. Hawks will not pick hawks' eyes out. 同类不相残。 
0896. He alone is happy who commands his passions. 只有控制感情的人,才会幸福。 

0897. He alone is poor who does not possess knowledge. 没有知识,才是贫穷。 
0898. Health and cheerfulness mutually beget each other. 健康愉快,相生相成。 
0899. Health and understanding are the two great blessing of life. 健康和融洽是人生两大幸事。 
0900. Health does not consist with intemperance. 健康和放纵,彼此不相容。 
0901. Health is above wealth. 健康胜于财富。 
0902. Health is better than wealth. 健康胜于财富。 
0903. Health is happiness. 健康就是幸福。 
0904. Health is not valued till sickness comes. 有病方知无病乐。 
0905. Heaven helps those who help themselves. 天助自助者。 
0906. Heaven's vengeance is slow but sure. 天网恢恢,疏而不漏。 
0907. He bears misery best who hides it most. 最会隐瞒痛苦者,乃是最善忍受痛苦人。 
0908. He can who believe he can. 
0909. He dances well to whom fortune pipes. 鸿运来时,百事顺遂。 
0910. He deserves not the sweet that will not taste the sour. 吃过苦头,才配享受。 
0911. Hedges have eyes, and walls have ears. 篱笆有眼,隔墙有耳。 
0912. He dies like a beast who has done no good while he lived. 生时不做好事,死了像个畜生。 
0913. He gives twice that gives in a trice. 即刻就给予,等于给两次。 
0914. He is a fool who cannot be angry, but he is a wise man who will not. 愚笨人不会发怒,聪明人不愿发怒。 
0915. He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs. 背后说人好话的够朋友。 
0916. He is a good man whom fortune makes better. 好人走运人更好。 
0917. He is a wise man who speaks little. 聪明的人话不多。 
0918. He is lifeless that is faultless. 人孰无过。 
0919. He is never alone that is in the company of noble thoughts. 思想崇高者,绝不会孤独。 
0920. He is not a wise man who cannot play the fool on occasion. 不能偶尔装疯卖傻,就不是一个聪明人。 
0921. He is not fit to command others that cannot command himself. 正人先正己。 
0922. He is rich enough who has true friends. 有真朋友的人是富翁。 
0923. He is rich enough who owes nothing. 无债就是富。 
0924. He is the wise man who is the honest man. 诚实的人就是聪明的人。 
0925. He is the wisest man who does not think himself so. 不自以为聪明的人是最聪明的人。 
0926. He is truly happy who makes others happy. 真正幸福的是使人幸福的人。 
0927. He is unfortunate who cannot bear misfortune. 不能承受不幸的就是不幸。 
0928. He is unworthy to live who lives only for himself. 为己而生,生而可耻。 
0929. He is wise that hath wit enough for his own affairs. 聪明的人有足够的才智处理自己的事情。 
0930. He is wise that is honest. 诚实者明智。 
0931. He is wise that knows when he's well enough. 知足的人是聪明的人。 
0932. He jests at scars, that never felt a wound. 富人不知穷人苦。 
0933. He knocks boldly at the door who brings good news. 彼叩门声响,必来报佳音。 
0934. He knows best what good is that has endured evil. 忍过痛受过苦,最知幸福是何物。 
0935. He knows enough that can live and hold his peace. 见多识广者沉默寡言。 
0936. He knows most who speaks least. 大智者寡于言。 
0937. He knows much who knows how to hold his tongue. 懂得缄默的是明白人。 
0938. He laughs best who laughs last. 谁笑在最后,谁笑得最好。 
0939. He lives long that lives well. 活得好等于活得长。 
0940. He lives twice who lives well. 生活得好的等于生活了两次。 
0941. He may well be contented who need neither borrow nor flatter. 一个既不用借债又不用奉承人的人,可以称得上心满意足。 
0942. He most lives who lives most for others. 活著对别人贡献最多的人,活得最有意义。 
0943. He must needs go whom the devil drives. 势在必行。 
0944. He must needs swim that is held up by the chin. 身不由己,只得从命。 
0945. He preaches best who lives best. 言教不如身教。 
0946. He that boasts of his own knowledge proclaims ignorance. 夸耀知识实乃无知。 
0947. He that cannot ask cannot live. 不会求者不会生。 
0948. He that climbs high falls heavily. 爬得高,跌得重。 
0949. He that commits a fault thinks everyone speaks of it. 做贼心虚。 
0950. He that converses not knows nothing. 不和人交谈的人一无所知。 
0951. He that deceives me once, shame fall him, if he deceives me twice, shame fall me. 受骗一次,别人可耻;受骗二次,自己该死。 
0952. He that doth lend, doth lose his friend. 失友都因借钱起。 
0953. He that doth most at once doth least. 想一次做完什么事,结果一件也做不完。 
0954. He that doth what he will doth not what he ought. 为其所欲为者不为其所当为。 
0955. He that falls today may be up again tomorrow. 今天跌倒的人也许明天会站起来。 
0956. He that fears death lives not. 怕死者活不了。 
0957. He that fears every bush must never go a-birding. 疑神疑鬼,绝无收获。 
0958. He that fears you present, will hate you absent. 当面怕你的人背后会恨你。 
0959. He that gains time gains all things. 获得时间就是获得一切。 
0960. He that gains well and spends well needs no account book. 收支正当,无须记账。 
0961. He that goes to bed thirsty rises healthy. 忍渴上床,起身健康。 
0962. He that has a full purse never wants a friend. 只要袋里有,不愁没朋友。 
0963. He that has a great nose thinks everybody is speaking of it. 做贼心虚。 
0964. He that has a tongue in his head may find his way anywhere. 遇事多问,随处可行。 
0965. He that has a wife has a master. 娶了妻娶了个主人。 
0966. He that has no children knows not what is love. 没有孩子的人,不懂什么叫爱。 
0967. He that hath time hath life. 有时间,就有生活。 
0968. He that is angry is seldom at ease. 怒者寡宁。 
0969. He that is full of himself is very empty. 自满的人是很空虚的。 
0970. He that is ill to himself will be good to nobody. 不知自爱的人也不会爱别人。 
0971. He that is master must serve. 主人必须会服务。 
0972. He that is master of himself will soon be master of others. 能主宰自己的人不久就可以主宰别人。 
0973. He that knows not how to hold his tongue knows not how to talk. 不知缄口的不善言。 
0974. He that knows nothing, doubts nothing. 无知就无疑。 
0975. He that lies down with dogs must rise up with fleas. 近朱者赤,近墨者黑。 
0976. He that lives long suffers much. 长寿的人多忧患。 
0977. He that lives well is learned enough. 生活好者,博学多才。 
0978. He that lives wickedly can hardly die honestly. 生而缺德,死必寡诚。 
0979. He that marries for wealth sells his liberty. 为财富而结婚就是出卖自由。 
0980. He that never climbed never fell. 不向上爬的也不会下跌。 
0981. He that never rode never fell. 不骑马就永不会从马上跌下。 
0982. He that once deceived is never suspected. 一次行诈骗,永远遇疑嫌。 
0983. He that returns good for evil obtains the victory. 以德报怨的人得到胜利。 
0984. He that runs fastest gets the ring. 捷足先登。 
0985. He that serves God for money will serve the devil for better wages. 求财而供神者必倍求而敬鬼。 
0986. He that spares the bad injures the good. 饶恕坏人便是伤害好人。 
0987. He that sups with the devil must have a long spoon. 与恶人交往,须特别提防。 
0988. He that talks much erre much. 言多必失。 
0989. He that talks much lies much. 多嘴的人说谎也多。 
0990. He that travels far knows much. 见多识广。 
0991. He that trusts in a lie shall perish in truth. 相信谎话的人必将在真理前灭亡。 
0992. He that walks with wise men should be wise. 与智者行即得其智。 
0993. He that will eat the nut must first crack the shell. 欲所得,必先劳。 
0994. He that will have his farm full, must keep an old cock and a young bull. 要使农家富又足,必须养鸡又养牛。 
0995. He that will lie will steal. 说谎者必行窃。 
0996. He that will not work shall not eat. 不工作者不得食。 
0997. He that will steal an egg will steal an ox. 会偷蛋的,也会偷牛。 
0998. He that will swear will lie. 赌咒的人是说谎的人。 
0999. He that will take the bird must not scare it. 欲捉鸟莫惊鸟。 
1000. He that will thrive must rise at five. 五更起床,百事兴旺。

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