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1. Maidens should (or must) be mild and meek, swift to hear and slow to speak.

少女應溫良謙恭,敏於聽而慎於言。
2. Make all you can, save all you can, give all you can.

盡力而為,盡力節約,盡力施捨。
3. Make haste slowly.

從容趕急。
4. Make hay while the sun shines.

趁熱打鐵。
5. Make the best of a bad business (or job or bargain)

身處山窮水盡,力爭柳暗花明。
6. Make the night night, and the day day, and you will have a pleasant time of it.

白天當白天,夜晚當夜晚,生活過得好,愉快而多歡。
7. Make your enemy your friend.

要化敵為友。
8. Make yourself necessary to someone.

使自己有益於人。
9. Man alone is born crying, lives complaining, and dies disappointed.

只有人,生下時啼哭,活著時抱怨,去世時失望。
10. Man has not a greater enemy than himself.

人之大敵,自己而已。
11.
Man is best loved farthest off.

相隔最遙遠的人最為人疼愛。
12. Man is a tool-using animal.

人是用器之獸。
13. Man is mortal.

人生誰無死。
14. Man is not the creature of circumstances; circumstances are the creature of man.

並非時勢造人,而是人造時勢。
15. Man is the artificer of his own happiness.

人之幸福,自己創造。
16. Manners make the man.

禮貌造就人。
17. Man proposes,
and God disposes.

謀事在天,成事在人。
18. Man's best plans often miscarry.

神機妙算,常常失算。
19. Man's best possession is a loving wife.

男人最可貴的是有一個賢淑的妻子。
20. Man will conquer nature.

人定勝天。
21. Many a fine dish has nothing on it.

虛有其表。
22. Many a flower is born to blush unseen.

有許多花兒生來就開著沒有人欣賞。
23. Many a good cow hath a bad calf.

虎父生犬子。
24. Many a good father hath but a bad son.

好父親偏生不肖子。
25. Many a little (or pickle) makes a mickle.

積少成多。
26. Many ants kill the horse.

蟻多可殺馬。
27. Many a true word is spoken in jest.

戲言寓真理。
28. Many dishes, many diseases.

多吃多病。
29. Many dogs may easily worry one.

一拳難敵四手。
30. Many drops make a shower.

積少成多。
31. Many great men have arisen from humble beginnings.

有許多偉人出身卑微。
32. Many hands are better than one.

眾擎易舉。
33. Many hands make a burden lighter.

眾擎易舉。
34. Many hands make light (or quick) work.

人多好辦事。
35. Many have suffered for talking, none ever suffered for keeping silence.

多言吃苦,緘默少禍。
36. Many heads are better than one.

集思廣益。
37. Many kiss the baby for the nurse's sake.

醉翁之意不在酒。
38. Many learn more than their teachers.

青出於藍。
39. Many men, many minds.

人多意見多。
40. Many one says well that thinks ill.

口蜜腹劍者不乏其人。
41. Many receive advice only the wise profit by it.

聆忠言者眾,智者獨獲益。
42. Many sands will sink a ship.

積沙沈船。
43. Many straws may bind an elephant.

草多可縛象。
44. Many wells, many buckets.

井多吊桶也多。
45. Many words cut (or hurt) more than swords.

惡語傷人勝刀見。
46. March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.

三月來如雄獅,去如綿羊。
47. Marriage comes by destiny.

姻緣天註定。
48. Marriage goes by contrasts.

夫妻之間難免有差異。
49. Marriage is a lottery.

婚姻是一件難於預料的事。
50. Marriage is a lottery with more blanks than prizes.

結婚如同摸彩票,空票多而中票少。
51. Marriage is the bloom or blight of all men's happiness.

結婚是人生的幸福花朵開放的時候,也可能是凋謝的時候。
52. Marriage makes or mars a man.

婚姻能成全人也能損害人。
53. Marriage! Nothing else demands so much from a man!

結婚!沒有什麼比結婚對人要求更多的了。
54. Marry in haste, and repent at leisure.

草率結婚後悔多。
55. Marry in lent, and you'll live to repent.

借債結婚,後悔一生。
56. Marry your son when you will, your daughter when you .

給兒子娶親,想在什麼時候皆可;把女兒嫁人要在有力量時才行。
57. Master should be sometimes blind and sometimes deaf.

不癡不聾,不作阿家翁。
58. Measure another's corn by one's own bushel.

以己度人。
59. Measure for measure.

以牙還牙。
60. Measure is treasure.

適度是寶。
61. Measure thrice before you cut once.

三思而後行。
62. Medicines are not meant to live on.

不能靠藥物度日子。
63. Men are mortal.

人生自古誰無死。
64. Men are not to be measured in inches.

人不可貌相。
65. Men, at some time, are masters of their fates.

人有時是自己命運的主人。
66. Men know where they were born, not where they shall die.

人能知其生於何地,不能知其死于何方。
67. Men love to hear well of themselves.

阿諛奉承話,人們皆愛聽。
68. Men may meet but mountains never.

人生何處不相逢。
69. Men of courage, men of sense, and men of letters are frequent: but a true gentleman is what 
      one seldom seen.

有勇氣,有見識,有學問的人易遇,可是真正的君子難逢。
70. Men too seldom see their own faults.

人們很少能看到自己的過錯。
71. Mere words will not fill a bushel.

空言無補。
72. Merry is he that hath nought to lose.

人無所失,不亦樂乎。
73. Merry meet, merry part.

好聚好散。
74. Method will teach you to win time

方法可教會你贏得時間。
75. Mickle power makes many enemies.

權高樹敵多。
76. Might is (or makes or overcomes) right.

強權就是公理。
77.
Milk the bull/ram.

作沒有希望的事;緣木求魚。
78. Milk of human kindness

慈悲心腸;惻隱之心。
79. Mills of God grind slowly but sure.

天網恢恢,疏而不漏。
80. Miracles are to those who believe in them.

妖由人興。
81. Mischief has swift wings.

飛來橫禍。
82. Misers put their back and their belly into their pockets.

愛財如命。
83. Misery acquaints men with strange bedfellows.

落難時不擇夥伴。
84. Misery loves company.

同病相憐。
85. Misery makes strange bedfellows.

患難時不擇友。
86. Misfortune comes on wings and departs on foot.

遭災易,消災難。
87. Misfortune is a good teacher.

不幸是良師。
88. Misfortunes come at night.

災禍常生於不測。
89. Misfortunes come on horseback and go away on foot.

遭災易,消災難。
90. Misfortunes (or Hardships) never (or seldom) come alone (or singly).

禍不單行。
91. Misfortunes tell us what fortune is.

經過災難方知福。
92. Misfortunes test the sincerity of friends.

患難見友情。
93. Mock not a cobbler for his black thumbs.

不要嘲笑皮匠的黑拇指。
94. Moderation in all things is the best of rules.

中庸之道是最好的準則。
95. Modesty is not only and ornament, but also a guard to virtue.

謙遜不僅可增添光彩也可以維護美德。
96. Modesty is the ornament of woman.

端莊可為婦女增添光彩。
97. Money answers all things.

金錢是萬能的。
98. Money begets (or breeds or gets) money.

錢產生錢。
99. Money borrowed is soon sorrowed

債臺高築,愁上心頭。
100. Money burns a hole in his pocket.

錢到袋裏留不住。
101. Money calls, but does not stay: It is round and rolls sway.

金錢會上門,不會留下來,因為是圓的,所以會滾開。
102. Money can buy the devil himself.

有錢能使鬼推磨。
103. Money can move even the gods.

有錢能使鬼推磨。
104. Money doesn't grow on trees.

錢不是從天上掉下來的。
105. Money has no smell.

金錢無所謂香臭。
106. Money is a bottomless sea, in which honor, conscience, and truth may be drowned.

金錢是無底的海洋,榮譽、良心和真理都可以淹沒在其中。
107. Money is a good servant, but a bad master.

金錢是好的僕役,壞的主人。
108. Money is neither good nor bad, but all depends on what use is made of it.

金錢本身無好壞,要看怎樣利用它。
109. Money is often lost for want of money.

往往由於缺乏金錢而喪失金錢。
110. Money is something, but no everything.

金錢能買到某物,但不是萬能的。
111. Money is the key that opens all doors.

金錢是打開一切門戶的鑰匙。
112. Money is the root of all evil.

金錢是萬惡之源。
113. Money is the sinews of war.

無錢莫打仗。
114. Money makes the mare go.

有錢能使鬼推磨。
115. Money often unmakes the men who make it.

為富不仁。
116. Money ruins many.

人為財死,鳥為食亡。
117. Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain.

智力投資,決非虛擲。
118. Money talks.

金錢萬能。
119. Money talks, bullshit walks.

錢拿來再說;沒錢免談。
120. More die by food than by famine.

饑饉而死的少,飽食而死的多。
121. More haste, less speed.

欲速則不達。
122. More of our worries come from within than from without.

煩惱發乎內者多於發乎外。
123.
More than enough is too much.

適可而止。
124. More worship the rising than the setting sun.

人都向旭日膜拜,不向夕陽頂禮。
125. Most things have two handles.

大多數事物總有兩種解釋。
126. Mother's darlings are but milksop heroes.

奶水泡出懦弱漢。
127. Mountains look beautiful from a distance.

遠處看山山更美。
128. Much cry and little wool.

雷聲大,雨點小。
129. Much water runs by the mill that the miller knows not of.

當前發生諸種事,大多為人所不知。
130. Much will have more.

人心不足蛇吞象。
131. Murder will out.

殺人終必敗露。
132. Music hath charms to soothe the savage beast.

音樂有撫兇暴心靈的魅力。
133. Music is the eye of the ear.

音樂是耳朵的眼睛。
134. Music is the medicine of the breaking heart.

音樂是醫治心靈創傷的妙藥。
135. Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.

音樂可洗去靈魂中日常生活所沾染的污垢。
136. My son is my son, till he hath got him a wife; but my daughter's my daughter all the days of
        her life.

        兒子只有在娶妻前是兒子,女兒則終生是女兒。
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