【經典】150句 經典英文名言佳句 | 君子之交淡如水 | 經典英文諺語 | 中英文對照雙語

【經典】150句 經典英文名言佳句 | 經典英文諺語 | 中英文對照雙語

 

1、Never try to prove what nobody doubts.

此地無銀三百兩。

 

2、Advice when most needed is least heeded.

忠言逆耳。

 

3、Man are best loved farthest off.

久別勝新歡。

 

 

4、Out of sight, out of mind.

眼不見,心不念。

 

5、Salt water and absence wash away love.

遠離久別,恩情疏。

 

6、The absent are always in the wrong.

誰人背後無人說,哪個人前不說人。

 

7、A deceitful peace is more hurtful than an open war.

明槍易躲,暗箭難防。

 

8、When the cat’s away, the mice will play.

貓兒不在,老鼠做怪。

 

9、Like breeds like.

龍生龍,鳳生鳳。

 

10、A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds.

一個光說不做的人好像一個花園,裡面長滿都是野草。

 

11、A word before is worth two behind.

事前一句勝過事後兩句。

 

12、A word is enough to the wise.

智者一點就明。

 

13、A word spoken is an arrow let fly.

一言既出,如箭射出。

 

14、Action is the proper fruit of knowledge.

行動是知識的卓越果實。

 

15、Better to sail slowly than not to sail at all.

完全停滯不前,不如慢慢駛向前。

 

16、Brave actions never want a trumpet.

英勇的行為永遠不需要吹噓。

 

17、A fool’s bolt is soon shot. 黔驢技窮。

 

18、Deeds are males, and words are females.

「做」是男人的事,「說」是女人的事。

 

19、Deeds, not words.

言出必行。

 

20、Few words are best.

少說為妙。

 

21、Fine words butter no parsnips.

口惠而實不至。

 

22、Fine words dress ill deeds.

說一套,做一套。

 

23、Good words cost nothing, but are worth much.

良言本無價,其貴值千金。

 

24、Good words without deeds are rushes and reeds.

口惠而實不至。

 

25、Hard words break no bones.

笑罵由人。

 

26、Think today and speak tomorrow.

深思而後言。

 

27、Long absence changes a friend.

久別朋友變。

 

28、Long absent, soon forgotten.

久別情疏。

 

29、He who gives fair words feeds you with an empty spoon.

巧言令色鮮矣仁。

 

30、He that falls today may rise tomorrow.

東山再起。

 

31、A little learning is a dangerous thing.

一知半解,危險之至。

 

32、Eat to live, but not live to eat.

人吃飯是為了活著,但活著不是為了吃飯。

 

33、An enemy may chance to give good counsel.

敵人也可能給人好的忠告。

 

34、Come not to counsel uncalled.

人之患在好為人師。

 

35、Counsel is to be given by the wise, the remedy by the rich.

忠告一定來自智者,救助一定來自富人。

 

36、Counsel must be followed, not praised.

忠告一定要遵守,不是要稱讚。

 

37、Fair without and foul (false) within.

金玉其外,敗絮其中。

 

38、Give a thief enough rope and he will hang himself.

欲擒故縱。

 

39、Handsome is what handsome does.

有德才是美。

 

40、If Jack’s in love, he’s no judge of Jill’s beauty.

情人眼裏出西施。

 

41、Counsel without help is useless.

沒有實質幫助的忠告等於亳無用處。

 

42、Don’t have too many irons in the fire.

不要攬事過多。

 

43、Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill.

不要小題大做。

 

44、Don’t put off till tomorrow what should be done today.

今日事,今日畢。

 

45、Don’t put the cart before the horse.

不要本末倒置。

 

46、Don’t trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.
不要自找麻煩。

 

47、Don’t try to teach your grandmother to suck eggs.

不要班門弄斧。

 

48、Do well and have well.
善有善報。

 

49、Each bird love to hear himself sing.

孤芳自賞。

 

50、Counsels in wine seldom prosper.

酒杯空言少見成效。

 

51、Don’t teach your grandmother to suck eggs.

別班門弄斧。

 

52、Good counsel has no price.

良言乃無價之寶。

 

53、Good counsel never comes amiss.

好的忠告絕不會出差錯。

 

54、Good counsel never comes too late.

好的忠告絕不會來得太晚。

 

55、A hedge between keeps friendship green.

君子之交淡如水。

 

56、A hard beginning makes a good ending.

先苦後甘。

 

57、All good things must come to an end.

天下無不散之筵席。

 

58、All things are difficult before they are easy.

萬事起頭難。

 

59、All’s well that ends well.

吉人自有天相。

 

60、An ill beginning, an ill ending.

不善始者不善終。

 

61、At the game’s end, we shall see who gains.

比賽結束後,方見得勝者。

 

62、Bad beginnings have ever bad endings.

不慎始者,常得惡果。

 

63、Everything has an end.

凡事都會結束。

 

64、Everything must have a beginning.

凡事都有個開頭。

 

65、Good to begin well, better to end well.

有好的開始是不錯的,堅持到底更重要。

 

66、If the counsel be good, no matter who gave it.

從善如流。

 

67、If you wish good advice, consult an old man.

老馬識途。

 

68、Ill counsel mars all.

不好的忠告損毀一切。

 

69、One gives nothing so liberally as advice.

沒有任何東西像忠告那麼慷慨。

 

70、Self is a bad counselor.

自私非上策。

 

71、The higher the mountain, the greater descent.

爬得愈高,跌得愈深。

 

72、The best is the enemy of the good.

目標太高反而失敗。

 

73、Like father, like son.

有其父,必有其子。( 虎父無犬子)

 

74、If one will not, another will.

人棄我取,人取我與。

 

75、Don’t claim to know what you don’t know.

不要不懂裝懂。

 

76、Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.

早睡早起身體好。

 

77、Easier said than done.

說得容易,做得難。

 

78、Easy come, easy go.

來也匆匆,去也匆匆。

 

79、Empty vessels make the greatest sound.

實磨無聲空磨響,滿瓶不動半瓶搖。

 

80、Envy has no holidays.

忌妒之人無寧日。

 

81、Even Homer sometimes nods.

智者千慮,必有一失。

 

82、Even reckoning makes long friends.

親兄弟,明算帳。

 

83、Every advantage has its disadvantage.

有利必有弊。

 

84、Everybody’s business is nobody’s business.

人人負責,等於沒人負責。( 三個和尚沒水喝)

 

85、Every day is not Sunday.

好景不常在。

 

86、Every dog has his day.

誰都有得意的時候。

 

87、Every door may be shut, but death’s door.

人生在世,唯死難逃。

 

88、Better ride on an ass that carries me than a horse that throws me.

騎馬摔一跤不如騎驢往前走。

 

89、Ambition loses many a man.

野心使許多人失敗。

 

90、Ambition makes people diligent.

雄心使人勤勉。

 

91、Zeal, when it is a virtue, is a dangerous one.

把熱誠當作美德是危險的。

 

95、Zeal without prudence is frenzy.

熱誠不夠謹慎猶若瘋狂。

 

96、Zeal without knowledge is a runaway horse.

志大才疏猶如脫韁之馬。

 

97、Zeal too often lacks discretion.

熱心有餘,審慎不足。

 

98、Mere talking tends only to failure.

空談只會導致失敗。

 

99、To do one thing well is a worthy ambition.

把一件事做好,這就是一個有價值的雄心。

 

100、He that stays in the valley shall never get over the hill.

固步自封。

 

101、Nothing is difficult to a man whom ambition fires.

對於雄心萬丈的人來說,世上沒有難成的事。

 

102、A clear conscience is like a coat of mail.

平生不做虧心事,夜半敲門心不驚。

 

103、Handsome is that handsome does.

相由心生。

 

104、A fair face may hide a foul heart.

人面獸心。

 

105、A good conscience is a safe pillow.

良心清白,安枕無憂。

 

106、A guilty conscience needs no accuser.

多行不義必自斃。

 

107、Call no man happy till he is dead.

蓋棺論定。

 

108、A honey tongue, a heart of gall.

口蜜腹劍。

 

109、As a man lives, so shall he die.

有生必有死。

 

110、A quiet conscience sleeps in thunder.

平生不做虧心事,夜半敲門心不驚。

 

111、Be just before you are generous.

先小人後君子。

 

112、A thief passes for a gentleman when thieving has made him rich.

成者為王,敗者為寇。

 

113、All are not thieves that dogs bark at.

人不可貌相,海不可斗量。

 

114、All that glitters is not gold.

金玉其外,敗絮其中。

 

115、Apparel makes the man.

人靠衣裳,馬靠鞍裝。

 

116、Appearances are deceptive.

外表是靠不住的。

 

117、Bees that have honey in their mouths have stings in their tails.

笑裏藏刀。

 

118、Great men’s sons seldom do well.

富不過三代。

 

119、Great trees are good for nothing but shade.

大樹底下好乘涼。

 

120、Great wits have short memories.

貴人多忘事。

 

121、Greedy folks have long arms.

心貪手長。

 

122、Guilty consciences make men cowards.

做賊心虛。

 

123、Habit cures habit.

心病還需心藥醫。

 

124、Handsome is he who does handsomely.

行為漂亮才算美。

 

125、Happiness takes no account of time.

歡樂不覺時光過。

 

126、Industry is fortune’s right hand, and frugality her left.

勤儉為富貴之本。

 

127、Conscience does make cowards of us all.

良心的自責使大家變成了懦夫。

 

128、Faint heart never won fair lady.

懦弱的人永遠無法贏得美人的歡心。

 

129、Kindness is noblest weapon to conquer with.

仁者無敵。

 

130、Fine feathers do not make fine birds.

酒肉賓朋,柴米夫妻。

 

131、An uncut gem goes not sparkle.

玉不琢,不成器。

 

132、A fair woman without virtue is like palled wine.

美女無德如酒無味。

 

133、A thing of beauty is a joy forever.

美的事物是永恆的喜悅。

 

134、All cats are grey in the dark.

貓在黑暗中通通都是灰色的。

 

135、Kindness comes of will.

仁慈來自意志。

 

136、It is well to profit by the folly of others.

前車可鑒。

 

137、Beauty fades like a flower.

紅顏薄命。

 

138、Nothing comes amiss to a hungry man.

饑不擇食。

 

139、When one door shuts, another opens.

天無絕人之路。

 

140、Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

情人眼裏出西施。

 

141、When things are at the worst they begin to mend.

否極泰來。

 

142、Beauty may have fair leaves, yet bitter fruit.

美麗長出漂亮的葉子,卻生出苦辣的果實。

 

143、The boughs that bear most hang lowest.

大丈夫能屈能伸。

 

144、When God has his church, the devil will have his chapel.

上有政策,下有對策。

 

145、Fair face, foul heart.

人面獸心。

 

146、Give knaves an inch and they will take a yard.

得寸進尺。

 

147、Pretty face, poor fate.

自古紅顏多薄命。

 

148、Great talents mature late.

大器晚成。

 

149、A great tree attracts the wind.

樹大招風。

 

150、A little body often harbors a great soul.

偉大的靈魂常寓於短小的驅體。

 



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