50 (51-100) Proverbs Of English Literature (کہاوت)

50 (51-100) Proverbs Of English Literature (کہاوت)

51 ▶Time omce passed never be recalled. 
?geya waqt phr hath nahi ata.

52 ▶Easy come, easy go. 
?maal muft dil berehem.

53 ▶A good name is better than riches. 
?naam bra ya daam.

54 ▶A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. 
?no naqad, na tera udhar.

55 ▶Beauty need no ornament. 
?nahi mohtaj zewar ka jisy khubi khuda nay d.

56 ▶A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. 
?neem hakeem khatra e jaan, neem mila khatra e eman.

57 ▶Time is the best healer. 
?waqt sb zakhmo ka marham hai.

58 ▶A stitch in time saves nine. 
?waqt ka aik taanka bewaqt k soo tanko se behtr hai.

59 ▶All is fair in love and war. 
?larai or mhbt me sab jaiz hai.

60 ▶Misfortune never comes alone. 
?musebt kabhi akeli ni ati.

61 ▶Society moulds a man. 
?kharboozy ko kharbooza dekh k rang pkrta hai.

62 ▶A bad workman quarrels with his tools. 
?naach najany aangan teerha.

63 ▶Little drops make the ocean. 
?qatra qatra darya ban jata hai.

64 ▶No pains , no gains. 
?sewa ban mewa nahi.

65 ▶Money begets money. 
?maya ko maya mile kr kr lambe hath.

66 ▶Let sleeping dogs lie. 
?bharon k cha’ty ko mat chero.

67 ▶A rolling-stone gathers no moss. 
?daaanwa dol admi sada hawar rehta hai.

68▶Knowledge is power. 
?ilm aik taqat hai.

69 ▶Pride hath a fall. 
?garur ka sar neecha.

70 ▶Diamond cuta diamond. 
?lohay ko loha kat’ta hai.

71 ▶It is never too late to mend
?subhu ka bhula sham mo ghr ajye to uay bhula nahi kehte.

72 ▶To err is human , to forgive divine. 
?bhulna kam insan ka, bakhshna kam rehman ka.

73 ▶Man purposes, God disposes. 
?tadbeer kund banda, taqdeer kund hunda.

74 ▶A light purse is a heavy curse. 
?nadaru sb aibo ka aib hai.

75 ▶Nothing venture, nothing have. 
?himmt k bgair kxh ni bnta.

76-▶Appearances are deceptive.
?zahiri surat pr mat jao.

77-▶They are chips of the same block.
?wo aik hi theli k chaty batty hain.

78-▶Catch time by the forelock.
?waqt ko hath se na jane do.

79-▶Strike the iron while it is hot.
?moqa hath se na jane do.

80-▶Something is better than nothing.
?saari nhu to aadhi hi sahi.

81-▶Rome was not built in a day.
?hatheli pr sarson ni jamti.

82-▶Haste makes waste.
?jldi me kam hrb hota hai.

83-▶When character is lost, all is lost.
?asmat gae to dunia lut gai.

84-▶All that glitters is not gold.
?rang roop pr mt jao.

85-▶An idle’s brain is a devil’s workshop.
?Khali bethe shetani soojhti hai.

86-▶Every man does his business well.
?jiska kam usi ko saajhye.

87-▶Self-done well-done.
?aap kaaj, maha kaaj.

88-▶Well-begun is half-done.
?neki aagaz, anjam bakhair.

89-▶Coming events cast their shadows before.
?honhaar barwa k chikney chikney paat.

90-▶Desperate man, all things can.
?martta kya na karta.

91-▶Expect no good in return.
?nek kr darya me daal.

92-▶Internal enmity is the most dangerous.
?ghr ka bhedi lanka dhaaye.

93-▶Do well and have well.
?kr bhla, ho bhla.

94-▶Handsome is that handsome does.
?kaam piyara k chaam.

95-▶Too many cooks spoil the broth.
?do malaon me murgi haram.

96-▶Patience bears good fruit.
?sbr ka phal meetha hota hai.

97-▶Better to wear out than to rust out.
?bekaar se begaar bhali.

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