Dictionary of common English Proverbs



The book, Dictionary of common English Proverbs, is a 202-page book with a thousand, five hundred and fourteen proverb translated into Arabic and annotated to find out the true meaning behind this proverb. These proverbs represent the contemporary English culture’s  wisdom munitions. They have a great importance in all the languages ​​of the world. It provides the world with what people thought has been produced from culture and wisdom. These proverbs came only from their life experiments and experiences of those folks who talk with different languages. In addition to the need to study grammar and learn to speak a language, it is also important to study their proverbs perfectly well, in order to complete the full picture of this nation.

The book "English Proverbs" is the best reference for every student and researcher in English. For ease of navigation, the proverbs are arranged in alphabetical order. We will mention some of proverbs that mentioned in the book .Age and wedlock tame man and beast. This means that the time and marriage raise man and animal (yes the tutor). Deep meaning: A young man may be an adventurous adventurer who does everything that comes to mind. If he grows old or married, his behavior changes considerably, and marriage is limited by burdens and responsibilities.

All lay loads on a willing horse. This means that people cast their loads on the obedient horse.The deep meaning: People do not put their loads and pressure on the unruly horse and prefer the obedient one , an example on that the person or employee who does his work without grumbling and find his colleagues and his bosses rely on him in the completion of their work.

All things are difficult before they are easy. The deep meaning: All things are difficult at first and then become easy by training and getting used to it, like driving a car or bike, for example, is difficult at first, but after a while you find the person enjoys it and doesn’t  find any difficulty in it.

As well be hung for a sheep as a lamb. The deep meaning that : In the past, the thief who stole the house was punished by hanging. There is no difference between whether he stole a small lamb or a large sheep. If the risk is one and the punishment is the same, the clever thief must steal the biggest and most precious thing!.

Be just before you are generous. The deep meaning: You do not have the right to show the appearance of generosity before you perform the duties of justice, for example you can’t give gifts before you pay your debts.

Least but not last , this book is really valuable one who needed by most of us to know what dwells in these foreign countries people’s minds and how they think and express their feelings . Studying this book really boost your vocabulary hastily. Finally , best of wishes for you.



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The book, Dictionary of common English Proverbs, is a 202-page book with a thousand, five hundred and fourteen proverb translated into Arabic and annotated to find out the true meaning behind this proverb. These proverbs represent the contemporary English culture’s  wisdom munitions. They have a great importance in all the languages ​​of the world. It provides the world with what people thought has been produced from culture and wisdom. These proverbs came only from their life experiments and experiences of those folks who talk with different languages. In addition to the need to study grammar and learn to speak a language, it is also important to study their proverbs perfectly well, in order to complete the full picture of this nation.

The book "English Proverbs" is the best reference for every student and researcher in English. For ease of navigation, the proverbs are arranged in alphabetical order. We will mention some of proverbs that mentioned in the book .Age and wedlock tame man and beast. This means that the time and marriage raise man and animal (yes the tutor). Deep meaning: A young man may be an adventurous adventurer who does everything that comes to mind. If he grows old or married, his behavior changes considerably, and marriage is limited by burdens and responsibilities.

All lay loads on a willing horse. This means that people cast their loads on the obedient horse.The deep meaning: People do not put their loads and pressure on the unruly horse and prefer the obedient one , an example on that the person or employee who does his work without grumbling and find his colleagues and his bosses rely on him in the completion of their work.

All things are difficult before they are easy. The deep meaning: All things are difficult at first and then become easy by training and getting used to it, like driving a car or bike, for example, is difficult at first, but after a while you find the person enjoys it and doesn’t  find any difficulty in it.

As well be hung for a sheep as a lamb. The deep meaning that : In the past, the thief who stole the house was punished by hanging. There is no difference between whether he stole a small lamb or a large sheep. If the risk is one and the punishment is the same, the clever thief must steal the biggest and most precious thing!.

Be just before you are generous. The deep meaning: You do not have the right to show the appearance of generosity before you perform the duties of justice, for example you can’t give gifts before you pay your debts.

Least but not last , this book is really valuable one who needed by most of us to know what dwells in these foreign countries people’s minds and how they think and express their feelings . Studying this book really boost your vocabulary hastily. Finally , best of wishes for you.



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