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A bad beginning makes a bad ending.����ʼ�߲����ա�
A bad workman always blames his tools.����Ŵ��ֺ��䡣
A bird in the hand is worth than two in the bush.
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A bad thing never dies.�ų����ꡣ
A boaster and a liar are cousins��german.��ţ��˵�ѱ���ͬ�ڡ�
A bully is always a coward.ɫ������
A burden of one��s choice is not felt.����ĵ��Ӳ����ء�
A candle lights others and consumes itself.�����������˻������Լ���
Close mouth catches no flies.���ӿ���
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A cat may look at a king.����ƽ�ȡ�
A constant guest is never welcome.���������ᡣ
Actions speak louder than words��ʵʤ���۱硣
 Adversity leads to prosperity.����˼�䡣
 Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.�澳���˲š�
A fair death honors the whole life.��������������������
 A faithful friend is hard to find.֪�����١�
 A fall into a pit, a gain in your wit.��һǵ����һ�ǡ�
A fox may grow gray, but never good.��ɽ�׸ģ��������ơ�
A friend in need is a friend indeed.���Ѽ����顣
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 A friend is never known till a man has need.��Ҫ֮ʱ��֪�ѡ�
A friend without faults will never be found.û��ʮȫʮ����
 ��After you�� is good manners.�����롱����ò��
 A good beginning is half done.���õĿ����dzɹ���һ�롣
A good beginning makes a good ending.��ʼ�����ա�
A good book is a good friend.������ֿ�ѡ�
 A good book is the best of friends, the same today and forever.
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A good conscience is a soft pillow.���������£����¹���š�
 A good fame is better than a good face. ����ʤ����ò��
A good husband makes a good wife.���������͡�
A good medicine tastes bitter.��ҩ��ڡ�
A good wife health is a man��s best wealth.
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A great talker is a great liar.˵���߶���ԡ�
A light heart lives long.���������
A hedge between keeps friendship green.����֮������ˮ��
A joke never gains an enemy but loses a friend.
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A leopard cannot change its spots.��ϰ�Ѹġ�
A liar is not believed when he speaks the truth˵���߼�ʹ���滰Ҳû�����š�
A little body often harbors a great soul.Ũ���Ķ��Ǿ�Ʒ��
A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.һ֪��⣬�������ˡ�
A little pot is soon hot.������ʢ���������͡�
All are brave when the enemy flies.�����Ӵ�ʱ�����˶�������ʿ��
All good things come to an end.����û�в�ɢ����ϯ��
All rivers run into sea.���ɰٴ���All roads lead to Rome.������·ͨ�����
All that ends well is well.����ã���һ�ж��á�
All that glitters is not gold.����IJ�һ�����ǽ��ӡ�
All things are difficult before they are easy.�����������Ѷ��ס�
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
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A man becomes learned by asking questions.�������ʲ�����ѧ�ʡ�
A man can do no more than he can.���¶�Ӧ�������С�
A man cannot spin and reel at the same time.һ�IJ��ܶ��á�
A man is known by his friends.ʲô�˽�ʲô���ѡ�
A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds.
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A man without money is no man at allһ��Ǯ�ѵ�Ӣ�ۺ���
A merry heart goes all the way.�Ŀ�����������˳����
A miss is as good as a mile. ʧ֮���壬��֮ǧ�
A mother��s love never changes.ĸ�����㡣
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.һ��һƻ����������ҽ����
A new broom sweeps clean.�¹��������ѻ�
An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.���ۻ��ۣ�����������
An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening.һ��֮�����ڳ���
An old dog cannot learn new tricks.�Ϲ�ѧ�����°�Ϸ��
An ounce of luck is better than a pound of wisdom.�������ǣ�����������
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.Ԥ��Ϊ��������Ϊ����
A rolling stone gathers no moss.��ʯ����̦��תҵ���۲ơ�
As a man sows, so he shall reap.�ֹϵùϣ��ֶ��ö���
A single flower does not make a spring.һ�����Ų��Ǵ��ٻ���Ŵ���԰��
A snow year, a rich year.��ѩ�׷��ꡣ
A sound mind in a sound body.��ȫ�ľ���Ԣ�ڽ��������塣
A still tongue makes a wise head.�������ǡ�
A stitch in time saves nine.С���������󶴳Կࡣ
A straight foot is not afraid of a crooked shoe.��������Ӱ��б��
A wise head makes a close mouth.���˲�¶�࣬¶������ˡ�
A word spoken is past recalling.һ�Լȳ���������׷��
A year��s plan starts with spring.һ��֮�����ڴ���
A young idler, an old beggar.��׳��Ŭ�����ϴ�ͽ�˱���
Bad news has wings.���²����ţ����´�ǧ�
Barking dogs seldom bite.��Ȯ��ҧ�ˡ�
Beauty lies in the love��s eyes.�����������ʩ��
Be swift to hear, slow to speak.������ݣ����˻��С�
Better late than never.������������վ��
Better to ask the way than go astray.��·�ܱ���·�á�
Between friends all is common.����֮�䲻�ֱ˴ˡ�
Birds of a feather flock together.������ۣ�����Ⱥ�֡�
Blood is thicker than water. ѪŨ��ˮ��Blood will have blood.ѪծѪ����
Books and friends should be few but good.�����罻�ѣ�Ӧ���ٶ�����
Business is business.���¹��졣Cheats never prosper.ƭ�˷����˲ơ�
Business is the salt of life.��ҵ�������ĵ�һ��Ҫ��
By reading we enrich the mind, by conversation we polish it.
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Cannot see the wood for the trees.һҶ��Ŀ������̩ɽ��
Care and diligence bring luck.�������ڷܲ���ץס������
Caution is the parent of safety.С��ʻ�����괬��
 Children are what the mothers are.���ĿȾ������Դ���
Choose an author as you choose a friend.���������ѡ�
Come what may, heaven won��t fall.����İɣ�������������
Complacency is the enemy of study.ѧϰ�ĵ������Լ������㡣
Confidence in yourself is the first step on the road to success.
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Constant dripping wears away a stone.ˮ��ʯ��������ľ�ϡ�
Count one��s chickens before they are hatched.�����������
Courtesy on one side only lasts not long.������������Ҳ��
Creep before you walk.ѭ�򽥽��� Cry for the moon.�������¡�
Custom is a second nature.ϰ���Ǻ������ɵġ�
Custom makes all things easy.�и���ϰ�ߣ����½Բ��ѡ�
Diamond cuts diamond.ǿ������ǿ���֡�Do as the Romans do.�������ס�
Do as you would be done by.������������ʩ���ˡ�
Doing is better than saying.����������ϣ�������ʵ���ж��ϡ�
Do it now.������ʧ��ʱ������Do nothing by halves.���²��ɰ�;�ϡ�
Don��t claim to know what you don��t know.��Ҫ����װ����
Don��t have too many irons in the fire.��Ҫ���¹��ࡣ
Don��t make a mountain out of a molehill.��ҪС�������
Don��t put off till tomorrow what should be done today.�����£����ձϡ�
 Don��t put the cart before the horse.��Ҫ��ĩ���á�
 Don��t trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.��Ҫ�����鷳��
Don��t try to teach your grandmother to suck eggs.��Ҫ����Ū����
 Do well and have well.�����Ʊ���
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��209����wall-to-wall; wallflower
��208����put your money where your mouth is...
��207����motor mouth; foot in mouth disease
��206����take a walk; walk on eggshells
��205����walk on air; walk the floor
��204����bad-mouth; shoot sb. mouth off
��203����close the books; cook the books
��202����one for the book; know sb. like a book
��201����Sunday best; Sunday driver
��200����honeymoon; moonlight
��199����cut out for/cut out to be; cut-up
��198����cut a deal; cut corners