Spanish Sayings And Quotes

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Spanish Sayings And Quotes

Here is a collection of Spanish sayings and quotes from various authors, celebrities, famous persons, and other sources compiled by allinspiration.com for you to read and enjoy.


“¬°Que pequeno es el mundo! – (It’s a) Small world!.”
– Spanish Saying

“A beber y a tragar, que el mundo se va a acabar. – Eat, drink and be merry (for tomorrow we die).”
– Spanish Saying

“A cada puerco le llega su sabado / San Martin. – Everyone gets his comeuppance in the end / just deserts sooner or later.”
– Spanish Saying

“A diario una manzana es cosa sana. – An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”
– Spanish Saying

“A donde el corazon se inclina, el pie camina. – Home is where the heart is.”
– Spanish Saying

“A donde te quieren mucho no vengas a menudo. – A constant guest is never welcome.”
– Spanish Saying

“A falta de pan, buenas son (las) tortas / las tortas son buenas. – We’ll just have to make do.”
– Spanish Saying

“A la ocasion la pintan calva. – You have to make the most of the chances that come your way.”
– Spanish Saying

“A los tontos no les dura el dinero.- A fool and his money are soon parted.”
– Spanish Saying

“A mas honor, mas dolor. – The more danger, the more honor.”
– Spanish Saying

“A palabras necias, oidos sordos. – Take no notice of the stupid things people say.”
– Spanish Saying

“A pan de quince dias, hambre de tres semanas. – Beggars can’t be choosers.”
– Spanish Saying

“A quien cuida la peseta nunca le falta un duro. – Look after the pennies, and the pounds will look after themselves.”
– Spanish Saying

“A quien Dios ama, le llama. – Whom the gods love die young.”
– Spanish Saying

“A quien no le sobra pan, no crie can. – Never spend your money before you have it.”
– Spanish Saying

“A rey muerto, rey puesto. – As soon as one goes out the window, another comes in the door.”
– Spanish Saying

“A todos les llega su momento de gloria. – Every dog has its day.”
– Spanish Saying

“Abundancia y soberbia andan en pareja. – Plenty breed pride.”
– Spanish Saying

“Al buen pagador no le duelen prendas. – A good payer will not object to leaving a deposit.”
– Spanish Saying

“Al desdichado hace consuelo tener compania en su suerte y duelo. – Two in distress makes sorrow less.”
– Spanish Saying

“Al freir sera el reir (y al pagar sera el llorar). – At the game‘s end we shall see who gains.”
– Spanish Saying

“Al hambre de siete dias, no hay pan duro. – Beggars Can’t Be Choosers”
– Spanish Saying

“Al que no quiera(e) caldo / taza, (se le dan) taza y media / dos / tres / siete tazas. – It never rains, but it pours.”
– Spanish Saying

“Al vivo la hogaza y al muerto, la mortaja. – We must live by the living, not by the dead.”
– Spanish Saying

“Algo es algo; menos es nada. – Half a loaf is better than no bread.”
– Spanish Saying

“Amigo y vino, el mas antiguo. – Old friends and old wine and old gold are best.”
– Spanish Saying

“Amor con amor se paga; y lo demas con dinero. – Love does much, money does everything.”
– Spanish Saying

“Amor no respeta ley, ni obedece a rey. – Love laughs at locksmiths.”
– Spanish Saying

“Aquellos polvos traen estos lodos. – The chickens have come home to roost.”
– Spanish Saying

“Borra con el codo lo que escribe con la mano. – Her left hand doesn’t know what her right hand is doing.”
– Spanish Saying

“Borron y cuenta nueva. – Let bygones be bygones.”
– Spanish Saying

“Cada uno en su casa, y Dios en la de todos. – Each to his own and God watching over everyone.”
– Spanish Saying

“Cada uno es / era de su padre y de su madre. – They are / were all different.”
– Spanish Saying

“Cada uno habla de la feria segun le va en ella. – Everyone sees things from his / her own point of view.”
– Spanish Saying

“Cada uno sabe (a) donde le aprieta el zapato. – Each person knows where problems lie.”
– Spanish Saying

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