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  Idiom or Saying User Date Translations Comments Language
Idiom or Saying
English
If the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch
JPablo
March 26, 2017
0 1 English
Idiom or Saying
English
Take the (moral) highroad
JPablo
March 19, 2017
0 0 English
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
Mucho sabe el ratón, pero más el gato
JPablo
March 18, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
English
To have had one song (a movie, etc.) played to death
JPablo
March 18, 2017
0 0 English
Idiom or Saying
English
To have had one song (a movie, etc.) played to death
JPablo
March 18, 2017
0 0 English
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
Estar más quemado que la pipa de un indio
JPablo
March 18, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
Echarse la soga al cuello
JPablo
March 18, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
No decir tus ni mus
JPablo
March 18, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
Quien fue monaguillo y después abad sabe lo que hacen los mo...
JPablo
March 18, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
English
To take a flyer (or a flier)
JPablo
March 11, 2017
0 0 English
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
Ocurre en las mejores familias
JPablo
March 11, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
A cada cabo hay tres leguas de mal quebranto
JPablo
March 11, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
En todas partes tiene cada semana su martes
JPablo
March 11, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
Febrero loco marzo otro poco
Glen
March 11, 2017
0 0 Spanish
Idiom or Saying
Spanish
A la olla que hierve, ninguna mosca se atreve
JPablo
February 19, 2017
0 0 Spanish



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