Kedves Olvasó! Ez a gyűjtés kizárólag az Instant Story, beszédfejlesztő angol tanulókártya csomagot előrendelő vevőimnek készült.

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2 Kedves Olvasó! Ez a gyűjtés kizárólag az Instant Story, beszédfejlesztő angol tanulókártya csomagot előrendelő vevőimnek készült. Nem kell megtanulnod a benne szereplő angol nyelvi anyagot! Inkább úgy olvasgasd és tanulmányozd, mint egy magazint! Elkezdheted a közepén, vagy a végén, mindegy! Csak élvezd az olvasását! TIPP: olvasás közben csodálkozz rá arra, hogy hogyan fordítja az angol nyelv a magyar nyelv egyes helyzeteit, és milyen szókincset és nyelvi anyagot használd! Jó szórakozást a gyűjtéshez! Baráti üdvözlettel: Szalai Gabriella az elfoglalt felnőttek angoltanára 1

3 Aki á-t mond, mondjon bé-t is. He that says a, should also say b. Ha adnak, vedd el, ha ütnek, szaladj el. Jobb adni, mint kapni. Kétszer ad, aki gyorsan ad. Amilyen az adjonisten, olyan a fogadjisten. Hátrább az agarakkal! Ki mint veti ágyát, úgy alussza álmát. Ágyúval lő verebekre. Ajándék lónak ne nézd a fogát. Ajtóstul ront be a házba. Ha kidobják az ajtón, bemegy az ablakon. Nem mint akarnánk, hanem amint lehet. Csak akasztásra való istrángot sem érdemelne. Kinek akasztófa helye, nem hal a Dunába. (A bűnöst eléri méltó büntetése.) "You cannot say A without saying B." "In for a penny, in for a pound." If something is given to you then take it, if you are beaten, then run away. It is better to give than to receive. "Better give than take/receive." "He gives twice who gives quickly." Like greeting (on arrival), like answer. "Measure for measure. Backwards with the greyhounds. (Be more modest!) As one makes his bed, so he "sleeps his dream". "As you make your bed, so you must lie upon it." He shoots at sparrows with a (high calibre) gun. "Take not a musket to kill a butterfly." "To use a sledgehammer to crack a nut." "To crack nuts with a steam hammer." "To break a butterfly on a wheel." Do not look at the tooth of a gift horse. "Never look a gift horse in the mouth." He rushes into the house together with the door. (He tells/does something to somebody without announcement.) If he is thrown out through the door, he enters through the window. One should act as he may, not as he would like to. "He who can t do what he wants must want what he can do." He would not deserve even the rope for hanging. He whose place is on the gallows, will not die in the Danube. "If you are born to be hanged, then you will never be drowned." 2

4 Akasztott ember házában kötelet emleget. Volt ő már minden, csak akasztott ember nem. (Már sok mindennel foglalkozott.) Na és akkor mi van? (Nem) látszik a fény az alagút végén. Alkalom szüli a tolvajt. Felkavarta az állóvizet. Követ dobott az állóvízbe. Nem esik messze az alma a fájától. Aludjunk rá egyet! Nem vagyunk angyalok. Amilyen az anya, olyan a leánya. Nézd meg az anyját, vedd el a lányát. Amilyen az apja, olyan a fia. Ár ellen nehéz úszni. Aki nem tud arabusul, ne beszéljen arabusul. He names a rope in the house of a man that was hanged. Never talk of (Never mention a) rope in the house of a man who has been hanged." He was already anything but a man hanged. (He practised many trades and professions.) And what happens then? (I am not interested in this argument.) "The light is (not) seen at the end of the tunnel." Opportunity bears the thief. "Opportunity makes the/a thief." He has stirred up (or threw a stone into) still water. (He brought motion in a quiet life.) The apple does not fall far from its tree. "A chip of the (same) old block." "The apple never falls far from the tree." Let us sleep one (on this matter). "Night is the mother of counsel." "To consult with (take counsel of) one's pillows." We are not angels. "Men are not angels." "Like mother, like daughter." Have a close look at the mother and then marry her daughter. "Take a vine of a good soil, and the daughter of a good mother." Like (his) father, like his son. "Like father, like son." "A chip of the old block." It is difficult to swim against the stream. "It is ill/evil to go/strive/swim against the stream/tide." He who cannot speak Arabic, should not speak Arabic. (He who has no knowledge/understanding of something, should not engage in [or interfere with] it.) 3

5 Az arany a sárban is arany. Hallgatni arany (beszélni ezüst). Nem mind arany, ami fénylik. Ki korán kel, aranyat lel. Nem fog aranyon a rozsda. Aranykulcs minden ajtóba beillik. Ne együk meg az aranytojást tojó tyúkot. Nem mindig az arat, aki vet. Többet árt, mint használ. Ez nem az én asztalom. Az asszony hordja/viseli a nadrágot/kalapot. Három asszony (Egy lúd, két asszony) egész vásár. A jó asszony a háznak koronája. Higgy az asszonynépnek, mint az áprilisi időjárásnak. Könnyű asztag alatt/mellett kalászt szedni. Nem játszunk add vissza a babaruhát! Gold is gold even in the mud. To be silent is golden (to speak is silvern). "Speech is silver, but silence is gold(en). All is not gold that glitters. "All that glitters/glistens is not gold." He who gets up early finds gold. "The early bird catches the worm." "Early to bed and early to rise, makes the man healthy, wealthy and wise." Rust cannot do any harm to gold. (A man of character is resistant to temptation.) A golden key fits every door. "A silver key can open an iron lock." The hen laying golden eggs should not be eaten. "To kill the goose that lays the golden egg/eggs." Not always that reaps who sows. "One sows and another reaps." It does more harm than good. This is not my table. (This is not my duty/responsibility/concern. A refusal of doing/[dealing with] something.) The woman wears the trousers/hat. "The woman wears the breeches/pants/trousers." Three women (A goose and two women) make a whole fair. "Three women (and a goose) make a market." A good wife is the crown of the house. "A good wife is a goodly prize, saith Solomon the wise." "A worthy woman is the crown of her husband." Believe in women as in the weather in April. "A woman s mind and winter wind change oft." "Women are as fickle as April weather." It is easy to collect ears of corn under/beside a stack. We do not play "Return the doll s clothes". 4

6 Sok bába közt elvész a gyerek. Nem babra megy a játék. (Nem) nyugszik/pihen/ül a babérjain. A bagoly is bíró barlangjában. Bagoly mondja verébnek, hogy nagyfejű. A baj nem jár egyedül. Mindenkinek megvan a maga baja. Ugyanazon bakot nyúzza. A régi nótát fújja. Áll a bál. Mindenkit érhet baleset. Elviszi a balhét. Elcsúszott egy banánhéjon. Késő bánat ebgondolat. Fekete bárány. Báránybőrbe bújt farkas. Bajban ismerszik meg az igazi (a jó) barát. (I do not agree to cancel a promise/agreement or to return a present given by him.) Among many midwives the child is lost. "The common horse is worst shod." "Too many cooks spoil the broth." The stake of the play is not beans. (It is a serious matter.) (Not) to rest/sit on one s laurels. "To rest on one s laurels." Even an owl is a judge in her cave. The owl tells the sparrow that her head is big. "The pot calls the kettle black." Trouble does not come alone. "Misfortunes/Hardships never/seldom come alone/single. " Everyone has his own trouble. "Every man must carry his own cross." He is flaying the same bock. "He sings the same old song." The ball is on. (There is a row going on.) Accidents may happen to anyone. To carry the trouble. "To take the rap." He has slipped on a banana-peel. (By making a small error his secret/illegal activity came into the open.) "To slip on a banana skin." A late repentance is "a dog s idea". "After death the doctor." Black lamb. "Black sheep." A wolf clothed in a sheep's skin. "Wolf in sheep's clothing (a lamb's skin)." A good/real friend is known in trouble. 5

7 Barátot szerencse hoz, szükség próbál. Mondd meg, ki a barátod, megmondom, ki vagy. Nem mind barátod, aki rád mosolyog. Inába szállt a bátorsága. Bátraké a szerencse. Nem elég becsületesnek lenni, annak is kell látszani. A béka feneke alatt van. Lenyeli a békát. Hagyj békét másnak, magadra viselj gondot. Elszívták (Nem szívták el) a békepipát. Jobb a békesség! Kapkod, mint Bernát a mennykőhöz. Nyert benne, mint Bertók a csíkban. (Minden elveszett.) Sok beszédnek sok az alja. A betyárból lesz a legjobb pandúr. "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Luck brings friends, need tries them. "Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them." Tell me who your friend is, I ll tell you who you are. "Tell me with whom you go, I tell you what you do." "A man is known by his friends." All are not your friends who smile at you. "All are not friends that speak us fair." His courage sank to his sinews. (He got frightened.) Luck belongs to the brave. "Fortune favours the brave." It is not enough to be honest, one has to look honest too. It is below the bottom of a frog. (It is of inferior quality.) He swallows the frog. "He swallows the bitter pill." Leave others in peace, care for yourself. - "Mind your own business." (Not) to smoke the peace-pipe. "They smoked the pipe of peace (the calumet)." Peace is better. (It is better to refrain from quarrels/contradictions or raising/forcing an argument.) Like Barnard, he tries to catch the "heaven s stone" (i. e. the lightning). (He acts in confusion, inconsistently.) He succeeded like Bertók with the loach. (He lost everything.) In much talk there is much "bottom" (i. e. inferior matter). "Talk much and err much, says the Spaniard." The former highwaymen are the best gendarmes. "Set a thief to catch a thief." 6

8 Beletört a bicskája. Kinyílik a bicska a zsebemben. Kiborította a bilit. Aki bírja, marja. Sorba megy, mint a falusi bíróság. Ki hol bízik, ott hízik. Magyarázza a bizonyítványát. Szegénységi bizonyítványt állít ki magáról. Első/Fő a biztonság! Biztos, ami biztos. Bocskorbőr az orcája. Vastag bőr van a képén. Mást beszél, mint Bodóné, mikor a bor árát kérik. Bogarat ültet/tesz a fülébe (valakinek). Bolond lyukból bolond szél fúj. Bolond ütközik kétszer egy kőbe. "An old poacher makes the best gamekeeper." His (pocket-) knife was broken in it. (He tried but failed in achieving something.) The (pocket-) knife opens in my pocket. (Something has caused anger/despair but one was compelled to stand idly by.) To overturn the potty. (To tell everything that was previously kept secret.) He who is strongest/ablest can devour it. (The strongest/ablest wins.) It is taken by turns like village headmanship. Where one trusts, there he gets fat. He explains away his report. (He tries hard to explain or justify his action or behaviour.) He issues a certificate of poverty of himself. (He proves his incapacity.) First (or The main thing) is safety. "Safety first." Sure s what s sure. (To be on the safe side.) There is (thick) sandal leather on his face. (He is bluntly shameless.) "To have a hide/skin like a rhinoceros." Like Mrs. Bodó he talks about something else when asked to pay for the wine. "To sidestep the issue." To plant an insect into one s ear. (To plant an idea into sy s mind.) "A flea in one s ear." Out of a foolish hole a foolish wind blows. (A fool can tell only foolish things.) "A fool is known by his speech." A fool stumbles twice at the same stone. "He that stumbles twice over one stone, deserves 7

9 Bolondnak kedvez/jár a szerencse. Egy bolond beledobja a kútba a követ, száz okos se veszi ki. Egy bolond százat csinál. Időzített bomba ketyeg. Bor be, ész ki. A jó bornak is kell cégér. A jó bornak nem kell cégér. Bámul, mint borjú az új kapura. Borotvaélen táncol. Kicsi a bors, de erős. Borsot tör valakinek az orra alá. Falra hányt borsó. Borúra derű. Úgy illik össze, mint bot a tegezbe. A botnak két vége van. (Aki engem ver, én is verem.) Minden botnak a végén a feje. Nyugtával dicsérd a napot. to break his shins." Fortune favours the fool. "Fortune favours fools." "A fool may throw a stone into a well which a hundred wise men cannot pull out." One fool makes a hundred. "One fool makes many (a hundred)." A time-bomb ticks. (A hidden danger is about to appear.) Wine in, sense out. "Wine in, wit out." Even a good wine needs a signboard/bush. Good wine needs no signboard. "Good wine needs no bush." He stares at the new gate as a calf. (He merely looks at something without takingaction.) He dances on a razor-edge. (He tries to face danger from two/more sides.) "It is (balanced) on a Pepper is small but strong (i. e. hot). (He is strong for his size.) He crushes pepper under the nose of somebody. (He annoys/irritates somebody.) (It is like) peas thrown against the wall. (A vain effort.) "To be like water off/on a duck s back." After sorrow, happiness. "After a storm comes a calm." They match as a stick in a quiver. A stick has two ends. (I beat one who beats me.) "Tit for tat." The "head" of each stick is at its end. "Praise a fair day at night." 8

10 Aki bottal köszön, annak doronggal felelnek. Bottal üthetik a nyomát. Senki sem tud kibújni a (saját) bőréből. He who greets with a stick, will be answered with a club. His footprints can be beaten with a stick. (He managed to escape.) "One can whistle for it." Nobody can slip out of his own skin. (Nobody can abandon easily his customs/ideas.) Mindenki a maga bőrét viszi a vásárra. Every one carries his own skin to the market (i. e. acts at his own risk). A bőség zavara. El van maradva egy brosúrával. Nem egy nap alatt épült Buda vára. Egyszer volt Budán kutyavásár. Felfelé bukott. Az emberi butaságnak/hülyeségnek nincs határa. A cél szentesíti az eszközt. Túllőtt a célon. (Nem) bírja cérnával. Minden cigány a maga lovát dicséri. Nem szokta a cigány a szántást. (Everyone risks his own neck.) An embarrassment due to abundance. He is one pamphlet behind (the others). (He still thinks/speaks/acts according to the previous guidelines.) The castle of Buda was not built in one day. "Rome was not built in a day." These was a dog-market in Buda only once. (This favourable opportunity was a one-time occasion only.) He stumbled upwards. (After failing in a job he was moved to a higher position.) There is no limit to human stupidity/folly. The purpose consecrates the means. "The end justifies the means." To overshoot the mark. (To go too far in sg.) (Not) to be able to bear it with thread. ([Not] To be able to bear it with nerves/patience.) Every gipsy praises his own horse. "Every merchant praises his own wares." "Every potter praises his own pot." The gipsy is not accustomed to ploughing. (He is compelled to do something, he was previously reluctant to do.) 9

11 Még ha cigánygyerekek potyognak/esnek is az égből. A cipésznek/suszternak lyukas a cipője. Mindenki maga tudja, hol szorít a cipő. Csáky szalmájának tekinti. Csalánba nem üt a ménkű/mennykő. A csapból is ez folyik. A győztes csapaton ne változtass! Add meg a császárnak, ami a császáré, és az Istennek, ami az Istené! Elásták a csatabárdot. Vihar előtti csend. Az utolsó csepp a pohárban. (Csak) csepp a tengerben. Sok csepp követ váj. Cserép/Zsindely van a háztetőn/házon. Even if gipsy children are dropped (or fall) from the sky. "Come hell or high water." "Come rain, come shine." The shoemaker s shoe is leaky. "The shoemaker s son always goes barefoot. Everyone knews himself where the shoe pinches. "I know best where the shoe wrings me (pinches)." He considers it as at straw of (the landowner) Csáky. (An expression of negligence instead of due care.) The sky s stone (i. e. the lightning) does not strike the nettle. "Weeds do not spoil." (By now) this flows from all the taps. (This is in the radio, TV, journals etc.) Do not change a winning team. Give the emperor what is the emperor s and to God what is God s. (Give everyone his due.) "Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar s." 1601 They have buried the hatchet. "To bury the hatchet." Silence before the storm. "The calm/lull before the storm." The last drop in the glass. "The last drop (makes the cup run over)." "It s the last straw that breaks the camel s neck." "The last/final straw." (This is) only a drop in the ocean. "A drop in the bucket/ocean." "A drop of water in the sea." Many drops hollow the stone. "Constant dropping wears away a stone." There is a tile on the roof. 10

12 (Fiatal/Gyerek van jelen.) A falnak is füle van. Cseréptálhoz fakanál. Lehazudná a csillagokat az égről. Ha nem csinálok semmit, abból nem lehet baj. Csipkerózsika-álmát alussza. Felébred Csipkerózsika-álmából. A sáros csizmámat sem törölném hozzá. Hogy kerül a csizma az asztalra? Minden csoda három napig tart. Ez már lerágott csont. Későn jövőnek csont az ebédje. Csontváz a szekrényben. Ha nem csordul/csurran, cseppen. Csöbörből vödörbe. Kicsiny csupor hamar felforr. Damoklesz kardjaként lebeg/függ felettünk (a fejünk felett). Darázsfészekbe nyúl. "Walls have ears." "A fly on the wall." To an earthenware dish a wooden spoon. "Marry your match." He would even lie, there is no star in the sky. (He is ready to deny even the most obvious truths.) If we do nothing (without being ordered to do) no trouble will result from it. To sleep the dream of the Sleeping Beauty. To awake from the dream of the Sleeping Beauty. I would not wipe my muddy boots in him. (An expression of utter despise.) How could the boots get on the table? "What has that got to do with it?" (An expression of indignant surprise.) Every wonder lasts three days. "A wonder lasts but nine days." This is already a gnawed bone. (A matter already discussed several times.) He who comes late gets bones for lunch. "Who comes late lodges ill." "Skeleton in the cupboard." If it does not trickle, it will drop. (Even if it is less than expected, still there will be something.) He got out of the bucket and got into the pail. "Out of the frying pan into the fire." A little pot quickly boils. "A little pot is soon hot." To hang as Damocles sword above us (or above our heads). "The sword of Damocles." "It was hanging over one s head like the sword of Damocles." He puts his hands into a wasp s nest. 11

13 Elköltené a Dárius kincsét is. Te sem vagy jobb a Deákné vásznánál. Jön még a kutyára dér. Három napig dínomdánom, holtig való szánom-bánom. A dió törve, az asszony verve jó. Kemény dió. Hallgat, mint a süket disznó a búzában. Éhes disznó makkal álmodik. Okos disznó mély gyökeret ránt. Részeg, mint a disznó. Disznóra gyömbért ne vesztegess. Nem erőszak a disznótor Dobbal nem lehet verebet fogni. Aki dolgozik, az nem ér rá pénzt keresni. Aki nem dolgozik, ne is egyék. Nem kapkodják el a dolgot. Dróton rángat valakit. "To stir up a hornet s/wasp s nest." He would spend event the treasures of Darius. Even you are not better than the linen of Deák s wife. (You are as bad as the others.) The hoar-frost is still to come for the dog. (Be sure your sins will find you out!) A three day long merry-making and a regret lasting till death. (A hasty marriage.) A nut is good if broken, a woman if beaten. "A woman, a dog and a walnut tree: the more you beat them, the better they be." A hard nut. "A hard nut (to crack)." He keeps silent, like a deaf pig in the wheat-field. A hungry pig dreams of acorns. A clever pig extracts a deep root. (A clever man achieves remarkable feats.) Drunk as a pig. "As drunk as a fiddler/fish/mouse." Do not waste your ginger on pigs. "Do not throw pearls to swine." Nobody is forced to attend the (rich) dinner given after killing a pig. (You are free to refrain from accepting an offer I consider favourable to/for you.) Sparrows cannot be caught by (beating) a drum. He who works has no time to earn money. (If a job is hard and little paid, then one cannot earn additionally in a second job.) He that does not work, shall not eat either. "If you won t work, you shan t eat." "He that will not work, shall not eat." The work is not snapped up. (It is done slowly.) To pull somebody by a wire. 12

14 Két dudás egy csárdában nem fér meg. Akkor lészen az, mikor a Duna visszafoly vagy elszárad. Dunát lehet(ne) rekeszteni vele/velük. Nehezen alkuszik meg két eb egy csonton. Az ebek harmincadjára került/jutott. Fogas ebnek való a csontrágás. Ha egy ebet bottal hajtanak a nyúl után, nem fogja az meg. Köti az ebet a karóhoz. Ebcsont beforr. Ég és föld a különbség (köztük). Mint derült égből a villámcsapás. Az egészség ízét a betegség adja meg. Nem vagyunk egyformák. Egységben az erő. Szegény az eklézsia, maga harangoz a pap. Egyszer él az ember. "To pull the strings." Two pipers cannot get on in one tavern. "Two kings in one kingdom cannot reign at once." "One master in a house is enough." It will happen when the Danube reverts its course or dries up. The Danube could be dammed by them. (There are too many of them.) Two dogs can hardly agree on one bone. "Two cats and a mouse, two wives in one house, two dogs and a bone never agree in one." "Two sparrows on one ear of corn make an ill agreement." It fell to the "thirtieth" of dogs. (Although it is valuable nobody cares for it any more.) Gnawing of bones is for dogs having teeth. If a dog is driven by a stick after a hare, he will not catch it. "A bad dog never sees the wolf." He ties the dog to the post. (He sticks to his position/plan/idea.) A dog s (broken) bone will soon be healed. (The wound inflicted will soon be healed.) The difference between them is like that between sky and earth. "As different as chalk from cheese." Like a thunderstroke from a clear sky. "A bolt from the blue." The flavour (i. e. the value) of health is given by an illness. We are not (all) equal. "So many men/heads, so many minds/wits." In unity there is force. "Union is strength." The congregation is poor, the priest rings the bell himself. Man lives but once. 13

15 Ki mint/hogy él, úgy ítél. Nem azért élünk, hogy együnk, hanem azért eszünk, hogy éljünk. Elefánt a porcelánboltban. Elefáncsonttoronyba zárkózik. (Nem zárkózik elefántcsonttoronyba.) Ki elbízza magát, könnyen megszégyenül. Se el ne hidd (bízd) magad, se kétségbe ne essél. Akkor/Úgy szép az élet, ha zajlik. Az élet nem áll meg. Az élet megy tovább. A könnyebb ellenállás irányába megy. Az ellenségemnek se kívánom. Aki nincs ellenünk, az velünk van. Ami elmúlt, elmúlt. Ahány ember, annyi vélemény. Ahány ember, annyiféle. Az ember nem lehet elég óvatos. Ember embernek farkasa. Ember tervez, Isten végez. Holtig remél az ember. As one lives, so he judges. We do not live to eat, but we eat to live. "Eat to live and not live to eat." An elephant in the china shop. "A bull in a china shop." (Not) to close oneself into an ivory tower. "To live/sit in an ivory tower." He who is conceited, will easily be ashamed. "Pride goes before a fall." Neither be conceited, nor fall into despair. Life is beautiful if it is hectic. Life does not stop. Life goes on. "Business as usual." To go into the direction of the smaller resistance. I do not want it even for my enemy. "Wouldn t wish sth on one s worst enemy." He who is not against us, that is with us. What s gone, is gone. "Let bygones be bygones." "Don t cry over spilt milk." As many men, as many opinions. "So many men/heads, so many minds/wits." "So many men, so many opinions." As many men, as many kinds. One cannot be cautious enough. "Remember to distrust." "Always verify your references." "Man is a wolf to man." Man plans, God decides. "Man proposes, God disposes." Man hopes until his death. "While there is life, there is hope." 14

16 Nem tudja az ember, mire virrad. Sok jó ember elfér kis helyen. Híres eperre nem kell kosárral menni. (A közelebb lakók vagy szemfülesebbek már leszedték.) Nem szed más kosarába epret. Az erdőnek füle van, a mezőnek szeme van. Minden éremnek két oldala van. Ahogy esik, úgy puffan. Eső után köpönyeg. Májusi eső aranyat ér. Megáll az ész. Előbb járjon az eszed, utána a nyelved. Ésszel él az ember. Józan paraszti ésszel. Többet ésszel, mint erővel. Eszi, nem eszi, nem kap mást. Azt se tudja, eszik-e vagy isszák. One does not know what he will find tomorrow. Many good people can find room in a small space. You do not need a basket to pick well-known strawberries. (Those living nearby or being quicker have already picked them.) He won t pick strawberries into the basket of somebody else. The forest has an ear, the field has an eye. "Fields/Hedges have eyes and woods/walls have ears." Every medal has two sides. "Every medal has its reverse." "There are two sides to every question." As it falls so it plumps. "As the tree falls, it will lie." After rain (comes) raincoat. "After meat mustard." "After death the doctor." "To shut/lock/close the stable/barn door after the horse has bolted/escaped (is stolen)." A rain in May is golden. "A peck of March dust, and a shower in May, makes the corn green and the fields gay." Reason stops. (Sg is beyond reason.) First move your brain (i. e. think), then speak. "First think and then speak." 1557 Man lives by brain (i. e. by reasoning). With sound, peasant s reasoning. (In a sensible way.) One should/could do more by wisdom than by force. "Wisdom is better than strength." "More brain than brawn." He may eat it or not, he won t get anything else. He does not even know whether it is eaten or 15

17 Sok eszkimó, kevés fóka. Nincs olyan hitvány eszköz, hogy hasznát ne lehetne venni. Ez van, ezt kell szeretni. Amilyen a fa, olyan a gyümölcse. Nagy fába vágta a fejszéjét. Fából vaskarika. Kemény fából faragták. A jó fának is van rossz gyümölcse. A fát nem/sem vágják ki egy csapásra/vágásra. (Változat: Nem egy vágással esik le a tölgyfa.) Addig hajtsd a fát, míg vessző. Ahol fát vágnak (erdőt irtanak), (ott) repked a forgács. Maga alatt vágja a fát. Rossz fát tett a tűzre. Nem látja a fától az erdőt. Nem nőnek a fák az égig. Egy fabatkát sem ér. A fakónak muszáj húzni, mert a fakót is húzzák. (Akitől az elöljárói megkövetelnek valamit, az is kénytelen követelni a beosztottaitól.) drunk. (He has no idea about it.) Many Eskimos and few seals. There is no worthless thing which could not be used for something. This is (what we have/experience), this is to be liked. "Take things as you find them." "Like tree, like fruit." He cut his axe into a big tree. (A hard venture.) An iron ring made of wood. (An absurdity.) He was carved of hard wood. (He is strong/steadfast.) Even a good tree has (sometimes) bad fruit. A tree is not felled at one stroke. "An oak is not felled at one stroke." Bend the tree while it is a twig. "Best to bend while it is a twig." When trees are cut (or a forest is cut), then shawings fall. He cuts the tree under himself. "To cut one s throat." He has put bad wood on the fire. (He has got into mischief.) "He cannot/(does not) see the wood for the trees." The trees do not grow up to the sky. (There is a limit to everything.) It is not worth a wooden coin. (It is worthless.) "It is not worth a bean/(brass farthing) /damn/needle." The horse has to pull as the horse is also pulled. (He who gets orders from superiors, has to pass them on to his subordinates.) 16

18 A falnak is füle van. Nem most jött le a falvédőről. (Nem teljesen tájékozatlan ebben.) A farkas a szőrét elhányja, de a szokását nem. Farkast emlegetnek, a kert alatt kullog/jár. Nem eszi meg a farkas/kutya a telet. Aki fél a farkastól, ne menjen az erdőre. A farok csóválja a kutyát. Az új fazék megtartja első szagát. Minden ember az ő maga fazeka mellé szít. Minden szentnek maga felé hajlik a keze. Az első fecske. Egy fecske nem csinál nyarat. Kétélű fegyver. Akinek nincs a fejében, legyen a lábában. Fején találja a szöget. Összecsapnak a feje fölött a hullámok. Lehajtott fejet nem éri a kard. Homokba dugja (Nem dugja homokba) a fejét. Even the wall has an ear. "Walls have ears." He did not come just from the wall-guard (cloth). (He is not an unexperienced newcomer.) The wolf changes its hide but not its nature. "The fox may grow gray, but never good." When a wolf is mentioned, he is already walking round the garden. "The devil is never nearer than when we are talking of him." The wolf/dog does not eat the winter. He that fears a wolf should not go to the woods. "He that fears leaves, let him not go into thewood." "The tail is wagging the dog." A new pot retains its first scent. "The cask savours of the first fill." Every man kindles the fire below his own pot. "Every man for himself." "To draw water to one s mill." "The first swallow." (The first sign of sg.) "One swallow does not make a summer." A two-edged weapon. "A two/double-edged sword/weapon." He who has not (enough wit) in the head, should have (force, to replace it) in the leg. "A spur in the head is worth two in the heel." He hits the nail on its head. "To hit the nail on the head." The waves dash over his head. (He is unable to cope with the situation any longer.) A bent head is not touched (i.e. cut) by the sword. (Not) to hide one s head into the sand. "(Not) to bury one s head in the sand." 17

19 Veszett fejsze nyele. Aki fél, az él. Jobb félni, mint megijedni. Jobb félútról visszatérni, mint rossz útra térni. (Változat: mint rossz helyre érni.) A fene egye meg. Menj a fenébe! Egyszer fent, egyszer/másszor lent. Ordít/Üvölt, mint a fába szorult féreg. Hadd hulljon a férgese. Jobb a sűrű fillér, mint a ritka forint. Azt se tudja, fiú-e vagy lány. Aki fizet, az muzsikáltat/petyegtet. Amíg nekünk csak fizetgetnek, addig mi is csak dolgozgatunk Akinek a foga fáj, tartsa (a) nyelvét rajta. (Segíts magadon.) Feni a fogát valamire. Kimutatja a foga fehérjét. The helve of the lost hatchet. (A little gain in a great loss.) He that fears, lives. "Warned folks may live." It is better to fear (something) than to get frightened. "Prevention is better than cure." "Forewarned forearmed." Better to return from half-way than to take a wrong road. The "fene" (c. beast) should eat it. "Damn it." "Blast it!" Go to the "fene"! "Go to hell!" "Go to the deuce!" Once up, once down. To howl as a beast caught in a trap. Let the wormy of it drop off. (Let those perish/leave who are not up to the standard.) It is better to get fillérs often than forints seldom. (Fillér is the one hundredth of the forint.) "Little and often fills the purse." Not to know even whether one is a boy or a girl. He who pays, makes the music play. "He who pays the piper calls/(may call) the tune." "To pay the piper/music/fiddler." Until we are only poorly paid, we shall also poorly work. He who has a toothache, should keep/hold his tongue on it. (Help yourself.) He whets his teeth on something. (He is very eager to get something.) He shows the whiteness of his teeth. 18

20 Fogjuk meg és vigyétek! Ott szakad a fonal/madzag/kötél, ahol a legvékonyabb. Vörös fonálként húzódik végig rajta. (Vörös fonál 1776-tól az angol flottában.) Nagy forgalom, kis/kevés haszon. Forró lett a lába/talpa alatt a talaj/föld. Elment Földvárra deszkát árulni. (Meghalt.) A főnöknek mindig igaza van. Amit főztél, edd is meg! Szégyen a futás, de hasznos. Kapkod fűhöz-fához. Egyik fülén be, a másikon ki. Se füle, se farka. Ahol füst van, ott tűz is van. Felszáll a (fehér) füst. Füstbe ment. "To show one s true colours." Let us take it (into our hands) and then you carry it! (Somebody is urging others to work without wishing to take part in it.) The thread/string/rope breaks where it is thinnest. "The thread breaks where it is weakest." It shows all along as a red thread. Great/Big turnover, small/little gain. "Small profits and quick returns." The soil/earth becomes hot below his foot/sole. It is getting too hot for him. He left for Földvár ("Earthcastle") to sell boards. (He died.) The boss is always right. What you have cooked, you should eat as well. (You have to take the responsibility for your action.) "As you brew, so shall you drink." Running away is a shame, but it is useful. "He that fights and runs away, may live to fight another day." To snatch grass and tree. (To try all means in despair.) In at one ear and out at the other. "To go in one ear and out the other." It has neither an ear, nor a tail. (It makes no sense.) "It has neither rhyme nor reason." Where there is smoke, there is fire. "(There is) no smoke without (some) fire." "Where there is smoke, there is fire." The (white) smoke rises. (Finally a decision was made.) It went into smoke. 19

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