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1. Take a hair of the dog that bit you.

以毒攻毒。
2. Take a pain for a pleasure all wise men can.

智者皆能視苦為樂。
3. Take away my good name and take away my life.

奪了我的名譽等於奪了我的生命。
4. Take care of small sums and the large will take care of them.

省小錢才能積大財。
5. Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves.

積少成多。
6. Take care of the sense, and the sounds will take care of themselves.

注意你的理智,聲調自會小心。
7. Take honor from me and my life is undone.

奪我名聲,我命即亡。
8. Take one's courage in both hands.

勇往直前,敢作敢為。
9. Take one thing with another.

由此及彼。
10. Take something by the best handle.

理解某事物,乘其好機會。
11. Take the rough with the smooth.

逆來順受。
12. Take the world as it is.

隨遇而安。
13. Take the world as one finds it.

聽之任之。
14. Take things as they come (or are)

既來之,則安之。
15. Take time by the forelock.

要抓住時機。
16. Take time for deliberation; haste spoils everything.

要費時思考,急躁會壞事。
17. Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.

做事要深思熟慮,但時機一到,就要動手,不要猶豫。
18. Take time when time comes lest time steal away.

機不可失,時不再來。
19. Take time while time is, for time will be away.

有時間要加以利用,因為時間是要消逝的。
20. Talk is cheap.

說的倒輕鬆。
21. Talk of an angel and you'll hear his wings.

說曹操,曹操就到。
22. Talk of the devil, and he is sure to appear.

說曹操,曹操就到。
23. Tall trees catch much wind.

樹大招風。
24. Tastes differ.

人各有所好。
25. Teaching others teaches yourself.

教學相長。
26. Tears are the silent language of grief.

眼淚是悲哀的無聲言辭。
27. Telling your troubles is swelling your troubles.

訴說煩惱等於增加煩惱。
28. Tell me thy company and I will tell thee what thou art.

把你的交友講給我聽,我會講出你是何許人。
29. Tell not all you know nor judge of all you see if you would live in peace.

知道的不要全部傾吐,看到的不要都加評語,這樣生活可以安寧。
30. Temperance is the best physic.

克制乃是最好的治療。
31. Temperance is the greatest of virtues.

自我節制是最大的美德。
32. That is a good book which is opened with expectation and closed with profit.

好書開卷引人入勝,閉卷使人得益。
33. That is not good language which all understand not.

不是人人都懂的語言不是好語言。
34. That's good wisdom which is wisdom in the end.

最後的聰明才算真聰明。
35. That teacher helps his pupils most who most helps them to help themselves.

教師盡力幫助學生獨立工作是給學生最大的幫助。
36.
That was close.

好險。
37. That which is evil is soon learnt.

惡行易學。
38. That which is striking and beautiful is not always good, but that which is good is always beautiful.

美麗而引人注目的東西不一定都善良,但善良的東西總是美麗的。
39. That which one least anticipates soonest comes to pass.

事非逆料偏易發生。
40. That which was bitter to endure may be sweet to remember.

苦楚往日難忍受,記起也許甜心頭。
41.
The absent are always in the wrong.

誰人背後無人說,哪個人前不說人。
42.
The absent are never with fault, nor the present without excuse.

缺席者絕對沒有不對,出席者也不會沒有藉口。
43. The abundance of money ruins youth.

錢多毀青年。
44. The ass wags his ears.

自鳴得意。
45. The bait hides the hook.

餌裡藏鉤。
46. The battle is to the strong.

強者必勝。
47. The (or A) beggar may sing before the thief (or foot bad).

既是窮光蛋,何慮竊賊偷。
48. The beginnings of all things are small.

萬事開頭小。
49. The belly has no ears.

食欲不長耳。
50. The best fish smell when they are three days old.

魚過三天後,再鮮也變臭。
51. The best fish swims near the bottom.

好魚游溪底。
52. The best hearts are always the bravest.

最善良的人往往是最勇敢的人。
53. The best horse needs breaking, and the aptest child needs teaching.

玉不琢不成器。
54. The best is oftentimes the enemy of the good.

「最好」往往成為「好」的敵人。
55. The best is yet to be.

好戲在後頭。
56. The best man stumbles.

智者千慮,必有一失。
57. The best mirror is an old friend.

老朋友是最好的鏡子。
58. The best of all governments is that which teaches us to govern ourselves.

最好的政府是教導我們管理自己。
59. The best of friends must part.

莫逆至交,終有一別。
60. The best remedy against an ill man is much ground between.

敬而遠之。
61. The best smell is bread, the best savor salt, the best love that of children.

麵包的氣味最香,食鹽的滋味最鮮,兒童的情愛最純。
62. The best teacher one can have is necessity.

我們能得到的最好教師是"需要"
63. The best teachers of humanity are the lives of great men.

啟迪人性最好的導師是偉大人物的生活。
64. The best things in life are free.

自由最為可貴。
65. The better the day, the better the deed.

日子越美好,事業越順當。
66. The biter is bit(bitten).

欺人反受欺(害人及害己)。偷雞不著蝕把米
67. The bough that bears most, hangs lowest.

枝頭結果越多,垂得越低。
68. The brave man hazards his life, but not his conscience.

英雄的人可以冒生命危險,但不冒良心危險。
69. The brightest of all things, the sun, has its spots.

金無赤足,人無完人。
70. The burden on likes is cheerfully borne.

愛挑的擔子,就愉快輕鬆。
71. The busiest men find (or have) the most leisure (or time).

越忙的人越有閒。
72. The cask savors of the first fill.

先入為主。
73. The cat and dog may kiss, yet are none the better.

貓犬可相吻,莫逆卻難成。
74. The cats in gloves catch no mice.

戴手套的貓捉不到老鼠。
75. The cat shut its eyes while it steals cream.

掩耳盜鈴。
76. The chief aim of man is not to get money.

人生的主要目的不是為了掙錢。
77. The child is father of (or to) the man.

少年時代可決定一人之未來。江山易改,本性難移
78. The coat makes the man.

佛要金裝,人要衣裝。
79. The cobbler must stick to his last.

安分守己。
80. The cobbler's wife is the worst shod.

鞋匠的老婆沒有好鞋穿。
81. The course of true love never did run smooth.

好事多磨。
82. The cow knows not what her tail is worth until she has lost it

牛失其尾,方知其貴。
83. The cowl (or hood) does not make the monk.

穿袈裟的不一定是和尚。
84. The creditor has always a better memory than the debtor.

放債人的記性比借債人好。
85. The crow thinks her own birds fairest.

烏鴉總以為自己的雛鳥最美麗。
86. The cruelest lies are often told in silence.

最殘酷的謊言常以沈默的方式說出。
87. The crushed worm will turn.

困獸猶鬥。
88. The cuckoo comes in April, and stays the month of May; sings a song at midsummer,
       and then goes away.

布穀鳥,四月來,五月在,仲夏唱支歌,然後就飛開。
89. The dainties of the great are the tears of the poor.

大人物的美味是窮人的眼淚。
90. The darkest hour is that before the dawn.

黎明前是最黑暗的時刻。
91. The day has eyes, the night has ears.

日有眼,夜有耳。
92. The day is long to him who knows not how to use it.

百無聊賴。
93. The devil can cite the Scriptures for his purpose.

魔鬼替其狡辯,也會引經據點。
94. The devil finds work for idle hands to do.

小人閒居做歹事。
95. The devil is good when he is pleased.

魔鬼高興,也發善心。
96. The devil is not so black as he is painted.

魔鬼不像所描繪的那麼黑。
97. The devil knows may things because he is old.

老馬能識途。
98. The devil lurks behind the cross.

貌善實惡。
99. The devil may get in by the keyhole, but the door won't let him out.

魔鬼乘虛而入,開門攆它不出。
100. The diamonds of other countries are always the most beautiful.

別國的鑽石是最美麗的。
101. The doctor is often more to be feared than the disease.

醫生往往比疾病更令人生畏。
102. The dogs bark, but the caravan goes on.

我行我素,豈管他哉。
103. The dog that fetches will carry.

來道是非者,便是是非人。
104. The drop hollows the stone, not by force, but by the frequency of its fall.

滴水穿石不是由於使用強力所致,而是由於滴水頻繁所成。
105. The early bird catches the worm.

早起的鳥兒有蟲吃。
106. The effect speaks, the tongue needs not.

事實勝於雄辯。
107. The end crowns the work.

工作成敗要看結果。
108. The end justifies (or sanctifies) the means.

只問目的,不問手段。
109. The evils we bring on ourselves are the hardest to bear.

自作孽不可活。
110. The evil wound is cured but not the evil name.

重傷可治,臭名難除。
111. The exception proves the rule.

例外能反證規律。
112. The eye is blind if the mind is absent.

心不專則眼不明。
113. The eye that sees all things else sees not itself.

眼睛能看見一切的東西,但看不見自己。
114. The face is the index of the mind (or heart).

相為心證。
115. The falling out of lovers is the renewing of love.

情人越吵越親密。
116. The farmers are the founders of civilization and prosperity.

農民是文化和繁榮的奠基者。
117. The farthest way about is the nearest way home.

欲速則不達。
118. The fear of ill exceeds the ills we fear.

杞人憂天,庸人自擾。
119. The finest diamond must be cut.

玉不琢不成器。
120. The fire is the test of gold; adversity of strong man.

烈火試真金,困苦練壯士。
121. The fire which lights (or warms) us at a distance will burn us when near.

遠火能照亮,近火要燒人。
122. The first blow is half the battle.

頭炮打響,等於半個勝仗。
123. The first element of success is the determination to succeed.

成功的首要因素是要有成功的決心。
124. The first step is as good as half over.

第一步的成功等於事情的一半已完成。
125. The first step is the only difficulty.

萬事起頭難。
126. The first step to health is to know that we are sick.

人貴在有自知之明。
127. The first step to virtue is to abstain from vice.

避開作惡是走向美德的第一步。
128. The first wealth is health.

健康是最重要的財富。
129. The fish will soon be caught that nibbles at every bait.

貪吃的魚兒易上鉤。
130. The fool does think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.

愚者自以為聰明,智者則有自知之明。
131. The fool has his heart on his tongue, the wise man keeps his tongue in his heart.

蠢人的心在嘴上,聰明人的嘴在心裡。
132. The fool talks, and the wise man thinks.

蠢人嘴巴講,聰明人用心想。
133. The foundation of true joy is in the conscience.

真正的愉快之根本在於良心。
134. The fox changes his skin but not his habit.

狐狸可以改變皮毛,但不能改變習性。
135. The fox knew too much, that's how he lost his tail.

機關算盡太聰明,反誤了卿卿性命。
136. The fox smells his own stink first.

狐狸的臭味道,自己先嗅到。
137. The friar preached against stealing and had a goose in his sleeve.

嘴上真君子,行動爛小人。
138. The frog in well knows nothing of the great ocean.

井底之蛙不知汪洋大海。
139. The future belongs to him who knows how to wait.

未來屬於懂得等待的人。
140. The future of society is in the hands of mothers; 
         if the world was lost through woman she alone can save it.

社會的前途掌握在母親們手中;如果世界由於女人而毀滅,那麼也只有女人才可挽救。
141. The good seaman is known in bad weather.

壞天氣才能認識良好的海員。
142. The government of the people, by the people, and for the people shall not perish from the earth.

民有、民治、民享的政府永世長存。
143. The grass is greener on the other side.

草是另一邊的綠。
144. The great and the little have need one of another.

偉大與渺小相得益彰。
145. The greater the truth, the greater the libel.

真理越大,誹謗也越大。
146. The greatest fool is he who worries about what he cannot help.

操心無法可想的事是最大的傻瓜。
147. The greatest friend of truth is time, her greatest enemy is prejudice, 
         and her constant companion is humility.

真理最偉大的朋友是時間,最大的敵人是偏見,她永恆的伴侶是謙遜。
148. The greatest hate springs from the greatest love.

最大的恨產生於最大的愛。
149. The greatest liars talk most of themselves.

自吹自擂的人是最大的謊言者。
150. The greatest obstacle to progress is prejudice.

進步的最大障礙是偏見。
151. The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none.

最大的錯誤就是不認識錯誤。
152. The greatest pleasure of life is love.

愛是人生最大的樂趣。
153. The greatest talkers are always the least doers.

言語的巨人往往是行動的侏儒。
154. The great fish ear up the small.

弱肉強食。
155. The heart of the giver makes the gift dear and precious.

贈予者的心意可使饋贈的東西增加價值而顯得珍貴。
156. The heart sees further than the head.

心之所見遠勝於目。
157. The heart that once truly loves never forgets.

真正的愛情是永不會忘記的。
158. The higher the ape goes, the more he shows his tail.

猴子爬得越高,尾巴越加暴露。
159.
The higher the mountain, the greater descent.

爬得愈高,跌得愈深。
160. The highest art is to conceal art.

最高的藝術就是不露藝術。
161. The honest penny is better than the stolen dollar.

正當得到的一分錢,勝過偷來的一元錢。
162. The house shows the owner.

文如其人。
163. The hungry belly has no ears.

饑寒起盜心。
164. The important thing in life is to have a great aim, and the determination to attain it.

人生至要的事是要有偉大的目標和達到這個目標的決心。
165.
The journey of a thousand miles starts with one step.

千里之行,始於足下。
166. The joy of the heart makes the face merry.

喜形於色。
167. The last drop makes the cup run over.

失之過極。
168. The last straw breaks the camel's neck.

凡事宜節制,過則必敗事。
169. The least said, the soonest mended. (or Least said, soonest mended)

少說為佳。
170. The leopard cannot change its spots.

江山易改,本性難移。
171. The liar's punishment is not in the least that he is not believed,
         but that he cannot believe anyone else.

說謊者所受到的懲罰決不是在於沒有人相信他,而是在於他不會相信任何別人。
172. The life of the wolf is the death of the lamb.

狼的生就是羔羊的死。
173. The lone sheep is in danger of the wolf.

孤獨的羊難免遭狼的危險。
174. The longest day has an end.

天下沒有不散的盛筵。
175. The longest way round is the shortest way home.

繞道似最遠,歸程是捷徑。
176. The love of beauty is an essential part of all healthy human nature.

愛美是所有健康人天性中的一個重要部分。
177. The love of money and the love of learning rarely meet.

愛財與好學,實難相共容。
178. The love of money is the root of all evil.

愛財是萬惡之源。
179. The maintaining of one vice costs more than ten virtues.

保持一件壞事的代價超過十件好事。
180. The man who makes no mistakes does not usually make anything.

不犯錯誤的人往往也就是無所作為的人。
181. The milk is spilled.

木已成舟。
182. The mill cannot grind with the water that is past.

覆水難收。
183. The mills of God grind slowly but sure.

天網恢恢,疏而不漏。
184. The money the miser hoards will do him no good.

守財奴積的財富,對他自己沒好處。
185. The moon does not heed the barking of dogs.

月亮不怕狗吠。
186. The moon is a moon whether it shines or not.

或名或暗,月亮總是月亮。
187. The moon is not seen where the sun shines.

小巫見大巫。
188. The more a man knows, the less he knows he knows.

懂得越多,就越知道自己懂得不多。
189. The more a man knows, the more he is inclined to be modest.

大智若愚。
190. The more a man knows, the more he see his ignorance.

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