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英語諺語勵志|格言語錄大全

1、老人不講古,後生會失譜。

Old people don’t talk about antiquity, and later generations will lose track of it.

2、人心隔肚皮,看人看行為。

People’s hearts are separated from their bellies, and people see their actions.

3、人不可貌相,海水不可鬥量。

Man can’t look, sea water can’t be measured.

4、馬看牙板,人看言行。

Horses look at their teeth and people look at their words and deeds.

5、砍柴上山,捉鳥上樹。

Cut firewood up the hill and catch birds up the tree.

6、湖裡遊著大鯉魚,不如桌上小鯽魚。

The big carp swimming in the lake is better than the small crucian carp swimming on the table.

7、人橫有道理,馬橫有韁繩。

A horse has a reins.

8、口說不如身到,耳聞不如目睹。

Speaking is better than seeing, hearing is better than seeing.

9、腳跑不過雨,嘴強不過理。

Foot can’t run through the rain, mouth is not strong enough.

10、經一番挫折,長一番見識。

After a lot of setbacks, a lot of insight.

11、小時偷針,大瞭偷金。

Stealing needles in an hour is bigger than stealing gold.

12、三天不念口生,三年不做手生。

Three days do not read oral, three years do not do manual.

13、人怕沒理,狗怕夾尾。

People are afraid of ignorance and dogs are afraid of tailing.

14、牛無力拖橫耙,人無理說橫話。

Cows can’t drag the rake and people can’t talk nonsense.

15、不怕鬼嚇人,就怕人嚇人。

If you are not afraid of ghosts, you are afraid of people.

16、不看人親不親,要看理順不順。

If you don’t look at relatives or relatives, you need to see if you can straighten them out.

17、鼓不敲不響,理不辯不明。

The drums are silent and unreasonable.

18、不怕人不敬,就怕己不正。

If you are not afraid of being disrespectful, you are afraid of being wrong.

19、人行千裡路,勝讀十年書。

Thousands of miles on foot is better than ten years’study.

20、頂峰屬有志之人,困難欺無能之輩。

The peak belongs to people with ambition, who are bullied by difficulties and incompetence.

21、打柴問樵夫,駛船問艄公。

Ask the woodcutter for firewood and the official for boat sailing.

22、口說無憑,事實為證。

There is no basis for oral statement, but facts prove it.

23、人爭氣,火爭焰,佛爭一炷香。

People fight for gas, fire fight for flame, Buddha fight for incense.

24、老牛肉有嚼頭,老人言有聽頭。

Old beef has a chewing head, old people have a listening ear.

25、千學不如一看,千看不如一練。

Learning is better than seeing, and practicing is better than seeing.

26、菜沒鹽無味,話沒理無力。

The dishes are tasteless and salt-free, and the words are unreasonable and powerless.

27、久住坡,不嫌陡。

If you live on a slope for a long time, it’s not too steep.

28、人在世上練,刀在石上磨。

Man practices in the world, and knives grind on stones.

29、人往大處看,鳥往高處飛。

People look up and birds fly up.

30、好酒不怕釀,好人不怕講。

Good wine is not afraid of brewing, good people are not afraid to speak.

31、吃要吃有味的,說要說有理的。

Eat delicious food, say it’s reasonable.

32、船穩不怕風大,有理通行天下。

Steady ships are not afraid of strong winds, and they have reason to travel all over the world.

33、好茶不怕細品,好事不怕細論。

Good tea is not afraid of fine taste, good things are not afraid of detailed discussion.

34、砂鍋不搗不漏,木頭不鑿不通。

The casserole won’t break, the wood won’t cut.

35、好人爭理,壞人爭嘴。

Good people argue, bad people argue.

36、不挑擔子不知重,不走長路不知遠。

No burden, no weight, no long road, no distance.

37、舉手不打無娘子,開口不罵賠禮人。

Raise your hand without beating a lady, and open your mouth without scolding a compensator.

38、人有志,竹有節。

People have ambition, bamboo has restraint.

39、人老心不老,身窮志不窮。

People are not old-hearted, and they are impoverished and ambitious.

40、不摸鍋底手不黑,不拿油瓶手不膩。

The hands are not black without touching the bottom of the pot, nor greasy without holding the oil bottle.

41、千金難買心,萬金不賣道。

Thousands of gold are hard to buy. Thousands of gold do not sell.

42、人怕沒志,樹怕沒皮。

People are afraid of losing their ambition and trees are afraid of losing their bark.

43、不要騎兩頭馬,不要喝兩頭茶。

Don’t ride two horses, don’t drink two tea.

44、人起心發,樹起根發。

People start from their hearts and trees start from their roots.

45、人有恒心萬事成,人無恒心萬事崩。

All things come true with perseverance, but all things come to an end without perseverance.

46、三百六十行,行行出狀元。

Three hundred and sixty rows, row out the first prize.

47、吃人的嘴軟,論人的理短。

Eating people’s mouth is soft, but it’s short.

48、雨不會下一年,人不會窮一世。

Rain will not come next year, people will not be poor all their lives.

49、井越掏,水越清;事越擺,理越明。

The more a well is dug, the clearer the water is; the more things are done, the clearer the reason is.