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1. Napoleon himself was once a crying baby.

即使是拿破崙,過去也是啼哭的嬰孩。
2. Nature abhors a vacuum.

大自然中不容真空。
3. Nature has given us two ears, two eyes, and but one tongue, to the end that we should hear
    and see more than we speak.

上天給予我們兩耳,兩眼,一張嘴巴,應該多聽,多看,少說話。
4. Nature is the glass reflecting truth.

大自然是反應真理的一面鏡子。
5. Nature teaches us to love our friends but religion our enemies.

自然教我們愛朋友,宗教卻教我們愛敵人。
6. Nature, time, and patience are the three great physicians.

自然,時間和耐心,是最偉大三個的醫生。
7. Nature will have its course.

天行其道。
8. Naughty boys sometimes make good men.

頑皮淘氣的男孩子有時成為仁人君子。
9. Necessity and opportunity may make a coward valiant.

需要和機會可能使懦夫變成勇士。
10. Necessity (or Need) has (or knows) no law.

需要面前無法律。
11. Necessity is the mother of invention

需要為發明之母。
12. Necessity knows no law.

鋌而走險。
13. Need makes the old wife trot.

人急造反,狗急跳牆。(事急老嫗跑。)
14. Needs must when the devil drives.

情勢所迫,只好如此。
15. Neglect of health is doctor's wealth.

忽視健康,醫生財旺。
16. Never be weary of well doing.

行善莫厭煩。
17. Never cackle till your egg is laid.

事竟成,才聲張。
18. Never cast dirt into that fountain of which thou hast sometime dunk.

不要過河拆橋。
19. Never do things by halves.

有始有終。
20. Never embark on what comes after without having mastered what goes before.

如未掌握好已學過的東西,切莫從事更深的學習。
21. Never fry a fish till it's caught.

捉到魚,才煎魚。
22. Never judge by appearances.

人不可貌相,海水不可斗量。
23. Never look a gift horse in the mouth.

饋贈之物切莫挑剔。
24. Never neglect an opportunity for improvement.

抓住大好時機,切莫等閒錯過。
25. Never offer to teach fish to swim.

切莫教魚游泳。
26. Never put off till tomorrow what may be done today.

今日事,今日畢。
27. Never put the plow before the oxen.

不要本末倒置。
28. Never say die! Up man, and try.

不要氣餒,朋友,振作起來,幹!
29. Never say of another what you would not have him hear.

莫說不想讓人聽見的話。
30. Never show the bottom of your purse or your mind.

錢包不露底,思想需保留。
31. Never swap horses while crossing the stream.

騎渡中流莫換馬。(指危難時不宜做大變動)
32. Never think yourself above your business.

切莫自視過高。
33. Never too late to mend.

過則勿憚改。
34. Never too late to repent.

過則勿憚改。
35. Never too old to learn.

活到老,學到老。
36. Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you.

別杞人憂天。
37. Never trust another what you should do yourself.

自己應該做的事,決不要委託別人做。
38. Never trust of fine words.

切勿輕信漂亮的言詞。
39.
Never try to prove what nobody doubts.

此地無銀三百兩。
40. Never twice without three times.

有一就有二,無三不成禮。
41. New brooms sweep clean.

新官上任三把火。
42. New lords, new laws.

新官新法。
43. News is like fish.

新聞就像魚,過後不新鮮。
44. Newspapers are the world's mirrors.

報紙是世界之鏡。
45. Nightingales will not sing in a cage.

夜鶯困籠不唱歌。
46. No answer is also answer.

不回答也是一種回答。
47. No bees, no honey; no work, no money.

天下沒有白吃的午餐。
48. No cross, no crown.

不經一番寒徹骨,焉得梅花撲鼻香。
49. No gains without pains.

有所得必有所失。
50. No garden without its weeds.

有利必有弊。
51. No good building without a good foundation.

基礎不好,建築不牢。
52. No great loss without some small gain.

塞翁失馬,安知非福。
53. No herb will cure love.

想思病,無藥醫。
54. No joy without annoy.

喜中有憂。
55. No living man all things can.

世上無全能。
56. No longer pipe, no longer dance.

運不逢時,事不得意。
57. No love is foul, nor prison fair.

沒有骯髒的愛情,也沒有美麗的監獄。
58. No man can be a good ruler unless he has first been ruled.

沒受過他人的統治,就不能很好地統治他人。
59. No man can do two things at once.

一心不能二用。
60. No man can make a good coat with bad cloth.

巧匠難以劣布製美服。
61.
No man can serve two masters.

一僕難事二主。
62. No man ever became great or good except through many and great mistakes.

不犯千般錯誤,難成偉大人物。
63. No man ever became thoroughly bad at once.

沒有一個人是一下子就壞透的。
64. No man ever yet became great by imitation.

笑顰不能成西施。
65. No man is a hero to his valet.

僕從目中無英雄。
66. No man (or one) is born wise or learned.

人非生而知之者。
67. No man is content.

人心是不滿足的。
68. No man is content with his lot.

無人能滿意於自己的命運。
69. No man is so old, but thinks he may yet live another year.

人越活越想活。
70. No man is the worst for knowing the worst of himself.

沒有一個人因為他自知最糟就是最糟。
71. No man (or one) is wise at all times.

聰明一世糊塗一時。
72. No man knows when he shall die, although he knows he must die.

縱然知其難免一死,人卻難料何時身亡。
73. No man learns but by pain or shame.

不經痛苦羞辱,難以取得教訓。
74. No man loves his fetters be they made of gold.

即使腳鐐黃金鑄,無人愛上這刑具。
75. No mill, no meal.

一分耕耘,一分收穫。
76. No money, no honey.

沒有金錢,就沒有愛情。
77. None are so deaf as those who will not hear.

不願傾聽意見者最聾。
78. None but a wise man can employ leisure well.

唯智者善於利用空閒。
79. None but the brave deserve the fair.

英雄才能配美人。
80. None but the wearer knows where the shoe pinches.

只有那個穿鞋人,才知哪里鞋軋腳。
81. None knows the weight of another's burden.

看人挑擔不吃力。
82. None preaches better than the ant, and she says nothing.

螞蟻不說話,但最善於說教。
83. None so blind as those who won't see.

有眼不看者為盲。
84. None so deaf as those that won't hear.

置若罔聞。
85. No news is good news.

沒有消息就是好消息。
86. No one can be perfectly free till all are free; no one can be perfectly moral till all are moral;
       no one can be perfectly happy till all are happy.

所有的人自由後,才能完全自由;所有的人都有道德,才能完全合乎道德;
      所有的人都幸福了,才能真正幸福。

87. No one can call back yesterday.

往日不復返。
88. No one can disgrace us but ourselves.

除非羞恥自由取,他人豈能辱吾?。
89. No one can have all he desires.

無人能有所欲有。
90. No one is a fool always, every one sometimes.

無人總是當傻瓜,人人有時當傻瓜。
91. No one (or man) is born wise or learned.

人非生而知之者。
92. No one is wise at all times.

人總有一時之失。
93. No one is wise enough to advise himself.

聰明反被聰明誤。
94. No one is wise in his own affairs.

當局者迷,旁觀者清。
95. No one knows the weight of another's burden.

事非經過不知難。
96. No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown.

不勞則無獲,共難才得福,有榮必有辱,無苦即無樂。
97. No pains, no gains.

不勞則無獲。
98. No piper can please all ears.

眾口難調。
99. No pleasure without alloy (or pain or repentance).

樂中有悲。
100. No possession, but use, is the only riches.

真正的財富不是佔有,而是使用。
101. No practice, no gain in one's wit.

吃一塹,長一智。
102. Nor fame I slight, nor for her favors call; she come unlooked for, if she comes at all.

我不輕蔑名譽,也不需要她的青睞;如果她竟來的話,也是不求而自來的。
103. No road is long with good company.

途有好伴,不覺路遠。
104. No root, no fruit.

沒有根,就沒有果。
105. No rose without a thorn.

玫瑰都有刺。
106. No rule without an exception.

沒有一條規則沒有例外。
107. No safe wading in an unknown water.

未知水深淺,涉水有危險。
108. No smoke without some fire.

無風不起浪。
109. No song, no supper.

不勞無獲。
110. No sooner said than done.

言而必行。
111. No sunshine but bath some shadow.

有明必有暗。
112. No sweat, no sweet.

不勞則無獲。
113. No sweet without some sweat.

不勞則無獲。
114. Nothing brave, nothing have.

不入虎穴,焉得虎子。
115. Nothing comes amiss to a hungry man.

饑不擇食。
116. Nothing comes from (or of) nothing.

無風不起浪,事出必有因。
117. Nothing comes out of the sack but what was in it.

無風不起浪。
118. Nothing comes wrong to a hungry man.

饑不擇食。
119. Nothing crave, nothing have.

有求才有應。
120. Nothing for nothing and very little for a half penny.

一分錢,一分貨。
121.
Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.

沒有熱誠難成大事
122. Nothing is difficult to a man who wills.

世上無難事,只怕有心人。
123. Nothing is impossible to willing mind (or heart).

有志者事竟成。
124. Nothing is impossible (or difficult) to the man who will try.

天下無難事,只怕不努力。
125. Nothing is really beautiful but truth.

只有真理才是真美。
126. Nothing is stolen without hands.

無風不起浪。
127. Nothing must be done hastily but killing of fleas.

除非消滅跳蚤,做事不必急躁。
128. Nothing seek, nothing find.

無所求,則無所獲。
129. Nothing so bad, as not to be good for something.

塞翁失馬,安知非福。
130. Nothing so necessary for travelers as languages.

旅行者最需要的是幾種語言。
131. Nothing succeeds like success.

一事成功,事事順利。
132. Nothing to be got without pains but poverty.

只有貧困可以不勞而獲得。
133. Nothing venture, nothing win (or have or gain).

不入虎穴,焉得虎子。
134. Nothing will come of nothing.

無風不起浪。
135. No time like the present.

只爭朝夕。
136. Not let the grass grow under one's feet.

不失時機。
137. Novelty is the great parent of pleasure.

新奇生樂趣。
138. No vice goes alone.

壞事不單行。
139. No way is impossible to courage

勇敢面前沒有通不過的路。
140. No wisdom like silence.

智者寡言。
141. Now or never.

機不可失,失不再來。
142. No wrong without remedy.

        無錯不可糾。
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