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1. Each bird loves to hear himself sing.

鳥兒都愛聽自己唱歌。
2. Each day brings its own bread.

天無絕人之路。
3. Each man is the architect of his own fate.

命運掌握在自己手中。
4. Each to his own.

人各有志。
5. Eagles catch no flies.

大人物不計較小事情。
6. Eagles fly alone, but sheep flock together.

鷹單飛,羊群集。
7. Early bird gets the worm.

早起的鳥兒有蟲吃。
8. Early mistakes are the seeds of future trouble.

早期的錯誤可以釀成日後的麻煩。
9. Early sow, early mow.

播種早的收穫早。
10. Early start makes easy stages.

早開始是成功的保證。
11. Early to bed and early to rise make a man healthy, wealthy and wise.

早睡早起,令人健康、富有而且聰明。
12. Early wed, early dead.

早婚早夭。
13. Easier said than done.

說話容易做事難。
14. East or west, home is best.

金窩,銀窩,不如自己的狗窩。
15. Easy come easy go.

來得容易,去得快。
16. Eat at pleasure, drink with measure.

隨意吃飯,適度飲酒。
17.
Eat, drink, and be merry.

及時行樂。
18. Eat one's cake and have it.

又要馬兒好,又要馬兒不吃草。
19. Eat to live, but not live to eat.

為活而食,而不是為食而活。
20. Eat to please thyself, but dress to please others.

吃是使自己受用,穿是使別人受用。
21. Education begins a gentleman, conversation completes him.

人的教養始於教育,成於社交。
22. Education has for its object the formation of character.

教育的目的在於培養品德。
23. Elbow grease gives the best polish.

只要功夫深,鐵杵磨成針。
24. Empty vessels make most sound of noise.

半瓶醋響叮噹。
25. Empty vessels make the greatest sound.

空桶響叮咚。
26.
Enough is as good as feast.

知足常樂。
27. Envy assails the noblest, the winds howl around the highest peak.

高位遭人妒,高峰招風吹。
28. Equivocation is first cousin to a lie.

支支吾吾,其言必詐。
29. Errors, like straws, upon the surface flow; he who would search for pearls must dive below.

錯誤像稻草,漂浮在水面。欲覓珍珠者,須往水下潛。
30.
Even a worm will turn.

狗急跳牆。
31. Even Homer sometimes nods.

人非聖賢,孰能無過。人有失足,馬有失蹄。
32. Even the walls have ears.

隔牆有耳。
33. Every advantage has its disadvantage.

有利必有弊。
34. Every bean has its black.

人人有其缺點。
35. Every bird likes its own nest.

人愛其家。
36. Everybody's business is nobody's business.

眾人之事乏人管;三個和尚沒水喝。
37. Every brave man is a man of his word.

勇敢的人都是信守諾言的人。
38. Every bullet has its billet.

無風不起浪。
39. Every cloud has a silver lining.

山窮水盡疑無路,柳暗花明又一村。天無絕人之路;人各有其福。
40. Every cock crows on its own dunghill.

夜郎自大。
41. Every cook praises his own broth.

自吹自擂。
42. Every country has its customs.

百里不同風,千里不同俗。
43. Every couple is not a pair.

同床異夢,貌合神離。
44. Every day is not Sunday.

好景不常在,好花不常開。
45. Every day of thy life is a leaf in thy history.

生命中的一天就是你歷史上的一頁。
46. Every dog has his day.

十年河東轉河西,莫笑窮人穿破衣。
47. Every dog has his day, and every man his hour.

人人都有得意的日子。
48. Every dog is a lion at home.

夜郎自大。
49. Every dog is valiant at his won door.

狗在家門前條條都凶悍。
50. Every door may be shut but death's door.

除了死門外,每門都可關。
51. Every extremity is a fault.

萬事過分都差誤。
52. Every family has a skeleton in the cupboard.

家家有本難唸經。
53. Every fool can find faults that wise man cannot remedy.

蠢人也能找出聰明人無法彌補的岔子來的。
54. Every heart has its own sorrow.

人人都有傷心處。
55. Every horse thinks his sack heaviest.

每疋馬認為自己馱的袋子重。
56. Every Jack has his Jill.

有情人終成眷屬。
57. Every little makes a mickle.

積少成多。
58. Every lover sees a thousand graces in the beloved object.

情人眼裡出西施。
59. Every man has a fool in his sleeve.

聰明一世,糊塗一時。
60. Every man has a price.

任何人皆有其價值。
61. Every man has his faults.

孰人無過。
62. Every man has his hobby-horse.

人各有所好。
63. Every man has his
taste.

人各有所好。
64. Every man has his weak side.

人人都有自己的弱點。
65. Every man is best known to himself.

自己最瞭解自己。
66. Every man has the defects of his qualities.

一個人的好品質上也有不足之處。
67. Every man is the architect of his own fortune.

每個人都是他自己命運的建誅師。
68. Every man is the master of his own fortune.

每個人都是他自己的命運的主宰。
69. Every man is the son of his own works.

種瓜得瓜,種豆得豆。
70. Every man thinks his own geese swans.

每個人都以為自己的東西了不起。
71. Every medal has its reverse.

事物都有它的反面。
72. Every moment of resistance to temptation is a victory.

時時刻刻抵抗誘惑,就是一種勝利。
73. Every mother's child is handsome.

老王賣瓜,自賣自誇。
74. Everyone fastens where there is gain.

天下攘攘,皆為利往;天下熙熙,皆為利來。
75. Everyone is dissatisfied with his own fortune.

人對自己的命運總不感滿足。
76. Every one's faults are not written in their foreheads.

知人知面不知心。
77. Every pleasure has a pain.

樂中必有苦。
78. Every potter praises his own pot.

老王賣瓜,自賣自誇。
79. Every rule has its exception.

任何規則皆有例外的時候。凡事皆有例外。
80. Every salesman boasts of his own wares.

老王賣瓜,自賣自誇。
81. Every shoe fits not every foot.

不能以己度人。
82. Everything comes if a man will only wait.

天下無難事,只怕有心人。
83. Everything comes to him who waits.

成功屬於耐心等待的人。
84. Everything has its seed.

無風不起浪。
85. Everything has its time and that time must be watched.

任何事情都有好的時機,不要隨意放過。
86. Everything hath an end.

任何事物都有它的結果。
87. Everything is good in its season.

萬物逢時皆美好。
88. Everything is good when new, but friend when old.

東西新的好,朋友老的好。
89. Everything is nice in your garden.

老王賣瓜,自賣自誇。
90. Everything must have a beginning.

凡是都有起源。
91. Everything new is fine.

新事物總是美好的。
92. Every tide hath its ebb.

興盛之日必有衰退之時。
93. Every tree is known by its own fruit.

觀其言行,知其為人。
94. Every why has a wherefore.

無風不起浪,事出必有因。
95. Evil comes to us by ells and goes away by inches.

罪惡來時,尺進寸退。
96. Evil communications corrupt good manners.

交往惡劣,有損風度。
97. Evil gotten, evil spent.

悖入悖出。
98. Example is better than precept.

身教重於言教。
99. Exchange is no robbery.

一個願打,一個願挨。
100. Exercise, temperance, fresh air, and needful rest are the best of all physicians.

鍛鏈、節制、新鮮空氣和必要的休息是最好的醫生。
101. Experience is a school from which one can never graduate.

經驗無止境。
102. Experience is the best teacher.

經驗是良師。
103.
Experience is the extract of suffering.

經驗是由痛苦中粹取出來的。
104. Experience is the father of wisdom and memory the mother.

經驗是知識之父,記憶是知識之母。
105. Experience is the mother of wisdom.

智慧來自經驗。
106. Experience keeps a dear school, but fools learn in no other.

吃虧學乖代價高,笨漢非此學不好。
107. Experience keeps no school, she teaches her pupils singly.

親身經驗,才是經驗。
108. Experience must be bought.

若要得經驗,必須化代價。
109. Experience teaches.

經驗給人教訓。
110. Experience without learning is better than learning without experience.

有經驗而無學問,勝於有學問而無經驗。
111. Extreme pleasure is followed by sorrow.

樂極生悲。
112. Extremes are dangerous.

物極必反。
113. Extremes meet.

兩極相通;有無相生;剛柔相成。
114. Eye for eye and tooth for tooth.

  以牙還牙,以眼還眼。
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