英语格言

编号 英语格言之一 输入日期 001 The sting of a reproach,is the truth of it. 指责带给你刺痛,正是它的忠实之处。 2002-02-12 002 Virtue and ha ine are mother and daugher. 美德和幸福犹如母女。 2002-02-12 003 TAll mankind are beholden to him that is kind to the good. 行善者,人人铭记之。 2002-02-12 004 It's the easiest thing in the world for a man to deceive himself. 自欺是世上最易之事。 2002-02-12 005 'Tis easier to prevent bad hadits than to breadk them. 防止染上恶习远比消除恶习容易。 2002-02-12 006 An old man in a house is a good sign. 家中有老是一个好迹象。 2002-02-12 007 eak with contempt of none,form slave to king,the meanest bee,and will use,a sting. 别用言词贬低任何人,无论国王还是奴隶。最卑戝的蜜蜂也 2002-02-12 008 Beware,beware!he'll cheat'ithout scruple,who can without fear. 当心,当心!行骗而无所畏惧者,也将无所顾虑。 2002-02-12 009 How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults.or resolution enough to mend them! 承认并改正错误,需要有足够的勇气和决心 2002-02-12 010 If thou dost ill,the joy fades,not the pai if well,the pain doth fade,the joy remai . 你若作恶,消失的是快乐而非痛苦;你若行善,消失的 2002-02-12 011 Trick and treachery are the practice if fools,that have not wit enough to be honest. 傻瓜习惯于诡计和背判的伎俩,他们还没聪明到学会真诚待人 2002-02-12 012 Great beauty,great stength,and great riches,are really and truly of no great use;a right heart exceeds all. 貌美,力大,有钱,实无大益;一 2002-02-12 013 Let our fathers and garandfathers be valued for their goodne ,ourselves for our own. 让父亲和祖辈因他们的善行受到尊重,让我们因我们自己的 2002-02-12 014 Thirst after desert,not reward. 渴求美德而非奖赏。 2002-02-12 015 If thou injurest co cience,it will have its revenge on thee. 伤害良心,将受到良心的严惩。 2002-02-12 016 If thou wouldest live long,live well;for folly and wickedne shorten life. 若欲求长寿,生活须行善,因为蠢行和邪恶会把生命缩短。 2002-02-12 017 Each year one vicious habit rooted out,in time minght make the worst man good throughout. 每年根除一恶习,恶根亦会成完人。 2002-02-12 018 None but the well-bred man knows how to confe a fault,or acknowledge himself in an error. 唯有有教养者方知如何承认错误,或意识到自己行为 2002-02-12 019 If you do what you should not,you must hear what you would not. 若做了不应做之事,则必然会听见不愿听之语。 2002-02-12 020 Let thy vices die before thee. 让恶习先你死去。 2002-02-12 021 Act uprightly,and de ise calumny.Dirt may stick to a mud wall,but not polish'd marble. 为人正直的就不惧诽谤:污物可以沾到泥墙上,却附不 2002-02-12 022 An honest man will receive neither money nor praise,that is not his due. 正直的人既不收受他人的钱财,也不接受他人的奉承,这些都不是他应得的 2002-02-12 023 The honest man takes pai ,and then enjoys pleasure,the knave takes pleasure,and then suffers pai . 正直的人先经历痛苦,然后享受欢乐;无赖 2002-02-12 024 He that doth what he should not,shall feel what he would not. 若做了不应该做的事,则将产生自己所不希望有的感觉。 2002-02-12 025 The goodwill of the governed will be starv'd,if not fed by the good deeds of the governors. 被统治者的良好愿望,若无统治者的善待,亦会饿死 2002-02-12 026 The brave and the wise can both pity and excuse,when cowards and fools shew no mercy. 勇者和智者均有同情谅解之心,而懦夫和愚者则毫无怜悯之 2002-02-12 027 Calamity and pri erity are the touchstones of integrity. 不幸与幸运都是正直的试金石。 2002-02-12 028 Who judges best of a man,his enemies or himself? 谁能最恰当地评价一个人,他的敌人还是他自己? 2002-02-12 029 Cu ing proceeds from want of capacity. 狡诈出自于能力的缺乏。 2002-02-12 030 You may be too cu ing for one,but not for all. 蒙骗得了一人,但蒙骗不了所有的人。 2002-02-12 031 Clean your finger,before you point at my ots. 先洗浄你的手指,再指出我的污迹。 2002-02-12 032 He that can bear a reproof,and mend by it,if he is not wise,is in a fair way of being so. 能承受责备并据此改过者,若不算是智者,也距之不远 2002-02-12 033 Tis hard to be poor and honest:An empty sack can hardly stand upright,but if it does,'tis a stout one! 要做到贫穷而又诚实实在不容易 2002-02-12 034 Keep co cience clear,then never fear. 问心无愧,永无畏惧。 2002-02-12 035 When you're good to others,you are best to yourself. 善待他人,即是最善待自己。 2002-02-12 036 What is serving God?'Tis doing good to man. 什么才算是为上帝奉献?即对人行善。 2002-02-12 037 A quite co cience slee in thunder,but rest and guilt live far adunder. 平静的良心能在雷声中入睡,而安宁和负罪则无法毗邻。 2002-02-12 038 There is no man so bad,but he secretly re ects the good. 再坏的人都会暗自敬重好人。 2002-02-12 039 A true great man will neither trample on a worm,nor eak to an emperpor. 真正的伟人既不大肆践踏小人物,也不会在皇帝面前奴顔卑膝。 2002-02-12 040 Do me the favour to deny me at once. 立即把我拒绝,以此给我恩惠。 2002-02-12 041 You may be more ha y than pinces,if you will be more virtuous. 如果你能多做善事,你会比王子还要幸福。 2002-02-12 042 Who has deceiv'd thee so oft as thy self? 欺骗你的莫过于自己。 2002-02-12 043 Nothing so popular as goodne . 最的欢迎的是善行。 2002-02-12 044 Don't misinform your doctor nor your lawyer. 别向医生和律师提供错误的消息。 2002-02-12 045 A good lawyar a bad neighbour. 好律师坏邻居。 2002-02-12 046 The excellency of hogs is fatne ,of men virtue. 猪的优点在于肥壮,人的优点在于美德。 2002-02-12 047 Don't throw stones at your neightbours,if your own windows are gla . 假如你家的窗户是玻璃做的,别用石头打你的邻居。 2002-02-12 048 Keep flax from fire,youth from gaming. 亚麻远离火苗,青年远离赌博。 2002-02-12 049 One mend-fault is worth two find-faults,but one find-fault is better than two make-faults. 一个改正之错相当于两个发现之错,但一个发现之错好 2002-02-12 050 The sun never repents of the good he does,nor does he ever demand a recompence. 太阳绝不为它所做的善事后悔,也从不指望任何报酬。 2002-02-12

编号 英语格言之二 输入日期 001 An i ocent plowman is more worthy than a vicious prince. 一个邪恶的王子还不如一个清白的庄稼汉有价值。 2002-02-12 002 There have been as great souls souls unknown to fame as any of the most famous. 有的人虽不出名,却有着名人般高尚的灵魂。 2002-02-12 003 Don't value a man for the quality he is of,but for the qualities he po e es. 地位不要紧,着重在人品。 2002-02-12 004 Who pleasure gives,shall joy receive. 予人以快乐者,自己会获得快乐。 2002-02-12 005 If you ride a horse,sit close and tight;if you ride a man,sit easy and light. 骑马时应紧贴马背,待人则应平和可亲。 2002-02-12 006 Without justice,courage is weak. 假如无正义,勇气也无力。 2002-02-12 007 I ocence is its own defence. 清白自卫。 2002-02-12 008 He is ill cloth'd,who is bare of virtue. 人无美德,好比衣衫褴褛。 2002-02-12 009 A false friend and a shadow,attend only while the sun shines. 虚假的朋友就像影子,只有当太阳照耀时才伴随在你身边。 2002-02-12 010 If you would be loved,love and be loveable. 若欲被人爱,需爱人且又可爱。 2002-02-12 011 Friendship ca ot live with ceremony,nor without civility. 友谊不能有客套,但也少不了礼貌。 2002-02-12 012 A brother may not be a friend,but a friend will always be a brother. 兄弟可能不是朋友,但朋友总是兄弟。 2002-02-12 013 Tis great confidence in a friend to tell him your faults,greater to tell him his. 告诉朋友自己的错是对他很大的信任,而告诉朋友他的错是对 2002-02-12 014 love and toothache have many cures,but none infallible,except po e ion and di o e ion. 爱情和牙痛有多种疗法,但无一可靠,除非要么留着 2002-02-12 015 You can bear your own faults,and why not a fault in your wife. 既然能容忍自己的许多错误,为何不能容忍妻子的一个错误。 2002-02-12 016 If Jack's in love,he's no judge of Jill's beauty. 情人眼里出西施。 2002-02-12 017 A father's treasure;a brother's a comfort;a friend is both. 父亲是珍宝,兄弟是安慰,朋友两齐备。 2002-02-12 018 Who daintier love,shall beggars prove. 对爱挑剔,终将乞之不得。 2002-02-12 019 A quarrelsome man has no good neighbours. 好争吵者无好邻居。 2002-02-12 020 A good wife and health,is a man's best wealth. 贤妻健体,是男人所能拥有的最好财富。 2002-02-12 021 Wars bring scars. 战争给人带来创伤 2002-02-12 022 A true friend is the best po e ion. 真诚的朋友是最宝贵的财富。 2002-02-12 023 The same man ca ot be both friend and flatterer. 朋友与奉承者不会是同一个人。 2002-02-12 024 Tart words make to friends:a oonful of honey will catch more flies than gallon of vinegar. 尖酸的话交不到朋友;一匙蜂蜜比一加仑醋能引来 2002-02-12 025 He that has not got a wife,is not yet a compleat man. 无妻不算完人。 2002-02-12 026 Ill company is like a dog who dirts those most,that he loves best. 坏朋友就像狗一样,把人最喜爱的东西弄得肮脏不堪。 2002-02-12 027 When befriended,remember it;when you befriend,forget it. 当你被别人善待时,请记住这一切;当你善待别人时,请忘记这一切。 2002-02-12 028 Promises may get thee friends,but no erformance will turn them into enemies. 许诺会赢得朋友,但食言则会化友为敌。 2002-02-12 029 An open foe may prove a curse ut a pretended friend is worse. 公开的敌人是祸害,但虚假的朋友比之更坏。 2002-02-12 030 Love,and be loved. 爱,然后被爱。 2002-02-12 031 No better relation than a prudent and faithful friend. 最好的亲属莫过于谨慎忠诚的朋友。 2002-02-12 032 Love and lordship hate companio . 爱情与权力都不喜欢伴侣。 2002-02-12 033 Love and lordship hate companio . 爱情与权力都不喜欢伴侣。 2002-02-12 034 Be slow in chusing a friend,slower in changing. 选择朋友要慎重,更换朋友更应慎重。 2002-02-12 035 Do good to thy friend to keep him,to thy enemy to gain him. 对朋友行善以留住他,对敌人行善以争取他。 2002-02-12 036 Beware of meat twice boil'd and an old foe recondil'd. 肉久炖会烂,长久善待顽敌也能被化解。 2002-02-12 037 Love well,whip well. 爱之深,恨之切。 2002-02-12 038 Ne'er take a wife till thou hast a house(and s fire)to put her in. 勿聚老婆,直到有房(和炉火)让她安身。 2002-02-12 039 A house without woman and firelight,is like a body without soul or rite. 无女人与炉火之房屋,犹如无灵魂或精神之身体。 2002-02-12 040 are and have is better than end and crave. 节约与拥有胜过浪费与奢求。 2002-02-12 041 The borrower is a slave to the lender;the security to both. 借入者受制于借出者;担保人受制这两者。 2002-02-12 042 For age and want save while you may.No morning sun lasts a whole day. 尽可能地积蓄金钱以备贫困和老年时之需。早晨的太阳绝不会照耀整整一天。 2002-02-12 043 If you'd know the value if money,go and borrow some. 欲知钱的价值,不妨出去借借。 2002-02-12 044 Haste makes waste. 草率行事浪费多。 2002-02-12 045 Great estates may venture more;little boats must keep near shore. 大资产可以多冒险,而小船则不能离岸太远。 2002-02-12 046 Many a man would have been worse,if his eatate had been better 2002-02-12 047 Pay what you owe,and what you're worth you'll know. 付清你所欠的债,你将会明白自身的价值所在。 2002-02-12 048 Having been poor is no shame,but being ashamed if it,is. 一度贫穷并不可耻,可耻的是为之感到丢脸。 2002-02-12 049 Tis a well ent pe y that saves a groat. 善花一便土,节约四便土。 2002-02-12 050 Wealth and content are not always bedfellows. 财富和满足并非总是友好共处。 2002-02-12


编号 英语格言之三 输入日期 001 The second vice is lying;the first is ru ing in debt. 欠债比说谎的罪过更大。 2002-02-12 002 For one poor man there are and hundred indigent. 穷人总有无数贫困潦倒之处。 2002-02-12 003 The generous mind least regards money,and yet most feels the want of it. 慷慨者最不看重金钱,又最觉得其欠缺。 2002-02-12 004 Women and wine,game and deceit,make the wealth small and the wants great. 女人与美酒,赌博与欺诈,使财富变少,贫穷加深。 2002-02-12 005 Interest which blinds some peple,enlighte others. 利益让一些人瞎了眼睛,却让另外一些人心明眼亮。 2002-02-12 006 Beware of little expences,a small leak will sink a great ship. 小小开支不可随意,小小漏洞会沉大船。 2002-02-12 007 He who multiplies riches multiplies cares. 聚财亦聚忧。 2002-02-12 008 Light gai heavy purses. 少少积累,钱袋沉坠。 2002-02-12 009 Industry,perseverance,and prugality,make fortune yield. 勤劳、坚韧和节俭,会给你带来财富。 2002-02-12 010 Content and riches seldom meet together,riches take thou,contentment I had rather. 满意和财富难以兼得,让财富占有你,我宁可要满意。 2002-02-12 011 Money and man a mutual friendship show:Man makes false money,money makes man so. 钱和人相互为友:人让钱假,钱让人虚。 2002-02-12 012 Money and good ma ers make the gentleman. 有钱且有修养方为绅士。 2002-02-12 013 Lend money to an enemy,and thou'lt gain him,to a friend and thou'lt lose him. 借钱给敌人能拉拢他,借钱给朋友会失去他。 2002-02-12 014 Avoid dishonest gain:No price can recompe e the pangs of vice. 拒绝不正当的利益,因邪恶所带来的痛苦无法用金钱补尝。 2002-02-12 015 Pay what you owe,and you'll know what's your own. 付清你所欠下的债,方知什么是自己的。 2002-02-12 016 Wish a miser long life,and you wish him no good. 祝守财奴长寿,对他并无好处。 2002-02-12 017 Tis le discredit to abridge petty charges,than to stoop to petty getting. 节省一丝一毫金钱,不会比为小小的收入而屈尊丢脸。 2002-02-12 018 By what thou hast no need of;and e'er long thou shalt sell thy nece aries. 买不需之物,不久将把必需之物卖出。 2002-02-12 019 The use of money is all the advantage there is in having money. 有钱的好处,尽在用钱中。 2002-02-12 020 IF you desire many things,many things will seem but a few. 如果你想得到很多,那么你将只能见到其中很少的一些。 2002-02-12 021 Bargaining has neither friends nor relatio . 交易面前无亲友。 2002-02-12 022 Wealth is not his that has it,but his that enjoys it. 财富并非供人拥有,而是供人享受。 2002-02-12 023 If you know how to end le than you get,you have the Philosophers'Stone. 知量入为出者,好比有了点金石。 2002-02-12 024 Poverty wants some things,luxury many things,avarice all things. 贫穷需要一些,奢侈需要许多,而贪婪则什么都要。 2002-02-12 025 Save all the money they can touch. 节省一切到手的金钱。 2002-02-12 026 He does not po e wealth,it po e es him. 他并非拥有财富,而是被财富占有。 2002-02-12 027 He that is rich need not live aringly,and he that can live aringly need not be rich. 有钱人不必吝啬,吝啬者不必有钱。 2002-02-12 028 All things are cheap to the saving,dear to the wasteful. 节约的不值钱,浪费的金难换。 2002-02-12 029 He that lives carnally,won't live eternally. 好肉欲者,难以永生。 2002-02-12 030 A fat kitchia,a lean will. 大大的灶间,小小的心愿。 2002-02-12 031 He's gone,and forgot nothing but to say farewel to his creditors. 他走了,只忘记和债权人告别。 2002-02-12 032 Light purse,heavy heart. 瘪瘪钱包,沉沉心情。 2002-02-12 033 Great alms-giving.le e no man's living. 慷慨的施舍,并不能缓解人的生计。 2002-02-12 034 He that would rise at court,must begin by creeping. 高位始于足下。 2002-02-12 035 lazine travels so slowly,that poverty soon overtakes him. 懒惰走得太慢,很快就被贪穷追上。 2002-02-12 036 Trouble rings from idlene ,toil from ease. 麻烦源于懒散,劳累源于悠闲。 2002-02-12 037 Bad gai are truly lo es. 不正当的所得才是真正的损失。 2002-02-12 038 Diligence overcomes difficulties,sloth makes them. 勤奋克服困难,懒惰制造困难。 2002-02-12 039 God gives all things to industry. 上帝对于勤劳无所不赐。 2002-02-12 040 Being ignorant is not so much a shame,as being unwilling to learn. 无知并不可耻,可耻的是不肯学习。 2002-02-12 041 Ask and have,is sometimes dear buying. 求人给予,有时代价不菲。 2002-02-12 042 eak little,do much. 少说多做。 2002-02-12 043 Little strokes,fell great oaks. 斧子小砍,大树伐断。 2002-02-12 044 What can be done,with care perform today. 能做之事,今天认真去做。 2002-02-12 045 Useful attainments in your minonity will procure riches in maturity,of which writing and account are not the meanest. 不要轻视写作和?/td> 2002-02-12 046 Words may shew a man's wit,but actio his meaning. 语言可以显示人的才智,但行动可以显示其真实用意。 2002-02-12 047 Life with fools co ists in drinking;with the wise man living's thinking. 傻瓜的生活在于饮酒取乐;智者的生活在于不断思索。 2002-02-12 048 An ounce of wit that is bought,is worth a pound that is taught. 花代价所换来的一点才智,抵过别人传授的数倍不止。 2002-02-12 049 Idlene is the greatest prodigality. 懒惰是最大的消费。 2002-02-12 050 No gai without pai . 不劳则无获。 2002-02-12

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