"actions speak louder than words"
"all's well that ends well"
"out of the flying pan and into the fire"
"an idle mind is the devil's workshop"
"dont burn bridges behehind you"
"you scratch my back, and I'll scratch yours"
"dont close one door until you have opened another"
"blood is thicker than water"
- MikoshinoLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
"actions speak louder than words" 坐而言不如起而行
It is more effective to act directly than to speak of action.
"all's well that ends well"皆大歡喜; 終成眷屬; 善終為善
We have few concerns if things turn out well in the end.
"out of the flying pan and into the fire"屋漏更遭連夜雨
Its a phrase which can be used in one of two ways. It can be used in the same way as "from bad to worse," which as the wording suggests means going from an unpleasant situation to one even more so - or it can describe the belief that one has escaped a dangerous or troublesome situation, when in actual fact they have entered an even worse one.
"an idle mind is the devil's workshop"懶惰是萬惡之源
A person who doesn't have something particular to occupy himself with doing will be tempted to occupy himself with sin.
"dont burn bridges behind you"不要過河拆橋,以免走投無路
Don't destroy all chances of returning to the place from where you've come.
"you scratch my back, and I'll scratch yours"禮尚往來
Courtesy demands reciprocity.
"dont close one door until you have opened another"別斷了自己的後路; 萬事留著後步
Dont put yourself into a dead end.
"blood is thicker than water"血濃於水
It means that the bonds of family and common ancestry are stronger than those bonds between unrelated people.Source(s): 我是老外,希望中文意思有對:P
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