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与one有关的短语或谚语篇一:关于dog的谚语和短语

与狗相关的英语谚语和短语 Dog Proverbs and Sayings

He is a lucky dog. 他是个幸运儿。

lead a dog's life 过穷困潦倒的日子

not have a dog's chance 毫无机会

top dog 当权派;头儿

treat sb. like a dog 不把某人当人看

a hunting dog 猎犬

a lazy dog 懒汉

a gay dog 一个快乐的人

a dirty dog 下流坯

dog-days n.[pl.]三伏天, 大热天; 无所作为的时期, 无精打彩的日子

A good dog deserves a good bone.

[谚]好狗应该啃好骨头, 有功者受赏。

A living dog is better than a dead lion.

[谚]死狮不如活狗。

A staff [stick] is quickly [soon] found to beat a dog with.

[谚]欲加之罪, 何患无辞。

An old dog barks not in vain.

[谚]老狗不乱吠; 老狗 一吠, 就得小心。

An old dog will learn no new tricks. (=You cannot teach old dogs new tricks.)

[谚]老狗学不了新把戏; 老年人很难适应新事物。

as [like] a dog with two tails

非常开心[高兴]

Barking dogs seldom bite.

[谚]爱叫的狗 不咬人; 咬人的狗不露齿。

be (old) dog at (a thing)

对...有经验; 对...很内行

Beware of a silent dog and still water.

[谚]提防不吠的狗, 小心 静止的水。

come like a dog at a whistle

一呼即来

Every dog has his day.

[谚]凡人皆有得意日。

Every dog is a lion at home. [Every dog is valiant at his own door.]

[谚]狗是百步王, 只在门前凶。

Fight dog, fight bear.

[谚]打个青红皂白, 一决雌雄。

Give a dog a bad [an ill] name(and hang him).

[谚]一旦给人加一个坏名声, 他就永远洗刷不掉; 人言可畏。

It is ill to waken sleeping dogs. [let sleeping dogs lie; don't wake a sleeping dog.]

别多事, 别惹麻烦。

lead a dog's life

过着牛马不如的生活

love me, love my dog.

[谚]你若把我当朋友, 也要把我的朋友当朋友; 爱屋及乌。

Scornful[Hungry] dogs will eat dirty puddings.

[谚]人到危急时, 平时所不屑做的也要做; 急不暇择, 饥不择食。

teach an old dog new tricks

使守旧的人接受新事物

teach the dog to bark

教狗怎么叫(意指多此一举)

The dog returns to his vomit.

狗回头吃自己吐出来的东西; 重犯旧日罪恶。

1.dog-eat-dog(更多信息请访问:/)

残酷无情的竞争,损人利己的角逐,相互残杀

字面意思为:狗吃狗。大家都知道,狼有吃掉死去的同伴的习惯,而狗一向被视为温顺、友好的一类动物,正因为如此,“狗吃狗”的行为才会显得更加残酷、无情。

eg: We’re operating in a dog-eat-dog world. 我们在一个竞争残酷的世界里经营着。

2.work like a dog

直译为:像狗一样工作。引申为:拼命地工作。或许是因为狗对主人十分忠诚,累死也甘心的缘故才有了这个俗语吧。

3.dog-tired adj. 极度疲乏,累极了

4. sick as a dog

英语中dog一词有时含有贬义,比如俚语going to the dogs,表示“糟糕透顶”;dog in the manger,表示“犬占马槽,自私自利”。

对狗有所了解的人都知道,狗很贪吃,而且经常乱吃东西。当吃下去的食物导致身体不适时,狗的反应又往往比较剧烈,因此人们就用sick as a dog来描述病得很严重的样子。

5.Every dog has its day. 人人都有得意日。

这句习语常用来在别人失意的时候劝慰别人,意思是每个人总会有碰到好运气或者成功的时候。可是用dog代替人好像不太适合中国人的传统,但是在国外,dog可是人类的好朋友,所以他们不会觉得用dog来形容人有什么不妥,这就是文化的差异了。

6.You can never teach an old dog new tricks.

老年人旧习难改。

字面意思是:你不能教老狗学新的把戏。也就是说:年老守旧的人不易改变旧的作风或接受新的思想和事物。在英语中dog是一个中性偏褒的词,这里用dog来比喻老年人,可没有任何侮辱老爷爷老奶奶的意思。

7.a junkyard dog

讨厌的人,junkyard是废旧物堆积、分类的地方,说白了就是垃圾堆。可想而知,垃圾堆里的狗一定很让人讨厌,所以这个词组现在常被用来形容讨厌的人。

8.one’s bark is worse than one’s bite

古今中外的人对狗的bark和bite肯定印象特别深刻,否则不会拿这两样来比

喻人的行为。这个短语指的是一个人尽管骂人刻薄,出言厉害,但不会真正去伤害别人。

eg: My boss is actually a good guy. His bark is worse than his bite. 我老板其实是个好人,他呀,刀子嘴豆腐心。

9.be in the doghouse

倒了霉字面意思是“在狗窝里”,但作为一个俗语它的实际意思是“你使某人很生气”,以致于“你不得不在屋子外面跟自己家的狗睡在一起”,当然就是倒了霉。

10.Let sleeping dogs lie.

不要招惹麻烦。从字面上来看,这个俗语的意思是不要去惹正在睡觉的狗,以为睡着了的狗不会咬人。实际上是劝告某人别招惹别人,以免自找麻烦。

与one有关的短语或谚语篇二:英语词组和谚语

丛汇

好词

一、外貌

二、性格

三、心理

四、景色

五、季节

好句

1. Life is like live TV show, there’s no rehearsal. 人生没有彩排,只有现场直播。

2. If you want something gone, do it yourself. 靠谁都不如靠自己。 3. Life is a wonderful journey. Make it your journey and not someone else’s. 生命是一段精彩的旅程,要活的有自己的样子,而不是别人的影子。

4. No matter how many mistakes you make or how slowly you progress, you are already ahead of these who never tried. 无论你犯了多少错,或进步的有多慢,你都走在了那些不曾尝试的人前面。

5. Some things are so important that they force s to overcome our fears. 总有些更重要的事情,赋予我们打败恐惧的勇气。 6. Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value. 与其努力成功,不如努力成为有价值的人。 7. Our path is harder, but it leads to a better place. Our road is longer, but we travel together. 这条路虽艰辛,但却是通往理想的正途。这条路虽慢长,好在你我并肩前行。

8. Dreams without execution are nothing. 梦想不付出行动等于无意义。

9. Sometimes the right path is not the easiest one. 对的那条路,往往不是最好走的。

10. Just trust yourself, then you will know how to live. 只要相信自己,你就会懂得如何去生活。

11. In life it’s not where you go, it’s who you travel with. 生命中,重要的不是你去哪里,而是与谁同行。

12. Life is like a rainbow. You don’t always know what’s on the other side, but you know it’s there. 生活就像一道彩虹,你不会一直知道另一端通向哪里,但你会知道,它总是在那里。 13. When he world says,“Give up!” Hope whispers,“Try it one more time.” 当全世界都在说“放弃”的时候,希望却在耳边轻轻地说:“再试一次吧。”

14. I don’t care about other questions and I just try to be myself. 我不在乎别人的质疑,我只会做好自己。

15. Attempt doesn’t necessary bring success, but giving up definitely leads to failure. 努力不一定成功,但放弃一定失败。 16. The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. 对明天最好的准备就是今天做到最好。

17. You are already naked,there is no reason not to follow your heart. 你已经一无所有,没有什么道理不顺心而为。

18. Sometimes you have to fall before you can fly. 有时候,你得先跌下去,才能飞起来。

19. Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. 凡是值得做的事,就值得做好。

20. Dream is what makes you happy, even when you are just trying. 梦想就是一种让你感到坚持就是幸福的东西。

与one有关的短语或谚语篇三:与动物有关的英语短语或谚语

与动物有关的英语短语或谚语

1. as busy as a bee.忙碌至极

2. as merry as a cricket/grig.非常高兴;非常快活。(cricket蟋蟀)

3. as slippery as an eel.油滑;不可靠。(ell是一种油滑的鱼类)鳝、鳗

4. at one fell swoop.一举;一下子;刹那之间。

5. beard the lion 捋虎须;奋勇还击;在太岁头上动土。

6. bell the cat.猫脖子拴铃铛;为了大家的利益承担风险。

7. bird of passage.漂泊不定的人。

8. birds of feather.一丘之貉。9. black sheep.败家子;害群之马;无用之辈。

10. dark horse.黑马;竞争中出人意料的获胜者。

11. break a butterfly on a wheel.小题大做;杀鸡用牛刀。

12. buy a pig in a poke 买下没有看的东西;隔山买老牛。

13. a pig in a poke 上当之货。14. by/on shanks’s mare. 骑两脚马----徒步,步行。mare是母马或母驴

15. cannot make a silk purse out of a sow’ ear.朽木不可雕也。坏材料做不出好东西。sow大母猪

16. cannot say boo to a goose. 胆小如鼠。

17. cast peals before swine.明珠暗投;对牛弹琴。swine是指猪或卑贱的人

18. cast sheep’s eyes 送秋波;抛媚眼;以目传情。

19. the cat among the pigeons. 猫在鸽群中---人为刀俎,我为鱼肉。pigeon鸽子

20. cat’s paw. 被人当爪牙利用的人;受人愚弄的人。paw爪子

21. a cock-and-bull story.无稽之谈;荒诞的故事。cock-and-bull adj.荒唐的

22. cock-a-hoop.(俚)得意扬扬;自鸣得意。hoop铁环

23. cock of the walk. 称王称霸的人。

24. don’t count one’s chickens before they are hatched.不要过早乐观。

25. Don’t count your chickens!不要打如意算盘。

26. crocodile tears.假慈悲。 crocodile鳄鱼27. cry wolf.发假警报。

28. dog in the manger.自己不干也不让别人干;自己能享受也不让别人享受的人。

29. dog’s life.悲惨的景况。30. lead a dog’s life.过者悲惨的生活。

31. dog-tired.累极了;疲惫之至。32. donkey-work 沉重的苦活儿;呆板的例行工作。

33. donkey’s years 多年;很久。34. drink like a fish.大饮;牛饮;狂饮;酩酊大醉。

35. even a worm will turn.人急造反,狗急跳墙;人急了也会咬人。

36. an/one’s ewe lamb.唯一的宝贝;唯一的孩子;最珍贵的东西。[英] [ju:] 母羊

37. fine feathers make fine birds.人配衣裳,马配鞍;(讽刺)好的衣裳只能打扮出一个好的外表。

38. fish out of water.离水之鱼;不得其所;感到生疏,不适应。

39. flog a dead horse.徒劳;白费力气;事后再做无益的议论。

40. fly in the face of 公然违抗;悍然不顾。

41. fly in the ointment. 一粒老鼠屎坏了一锅汤;美中不足之处;使人扫兴的小事。软膏, 油膏

42. fly on the wheel. 狂妄自大的人; 盲目自大的人。43. get one’s monkey up.生气;发脾气。

44. get someone’s goat.(俚)触怒某人;惹某人发火;使某人失去自制力。

45. give someone the bird. 喝倒彩。46. get the (big) bird.喝倒彩。

47. go to the dogs.毁灭;失败;堕落;江河日下。

48. gone coon.不可救药的人;没有希望的人。49. gone goose. (同上)

50. grin like a Cheshire cat.咧嘴傻笑。51. white elephant.无用的而且累赘的赠品;沉重的负担。

52. wild-goose chase. 徒劳的搜索;无益的追求。

53. wild horse would/could not drag it from/out of some.休想从某人那里探到口风;无论使用什么手段,不能从某人那里探听到虚实。

54. a wolf in sheep’s clothing.披着羊皮的狼;口蜜腹剑的人。55. ugly ducking.丑小鸭。

56. take a hair of the dog that bite you.以毒攻毒。

57. talk the hind leg off a donkey/horse/dog..唠叨不休;说的天花乱坠。58. talk a dog’s hind leg off.(同

59. till/until the cows come home.遥遥无期;无限期。

60. hang-dog look.卑鄙的摸样;惭愧的脸色;垂头丧气的样子。

61. have a bee in one’s bonnet/head/brain.胡思乱想;想入非非;有某种根深蒂固的怪念头。

62. horse-play 胡闹;恶作剧;闹哄哄的游戏。

63. keep the wolf from the door.勉强度日;免于饥饿。64. kettle of fish.糟糕透顶;乱七八糟。

65. kill the goose that lays the golden eggs.杀鸡取卵;竭泽而渔。

66. kill two birds with one stone.一箭双雕;一举两得。

67. lame duck 损坏的东西;落选的议员;可怜虫。lame 意思是瘸的

68. let the cat out of the bag.露出马脚;泄露秘密。

69. let sleeping dog lie.莫惹是非。

70. wake a sleeping dog.惹是生非。

71. like a bull in a china shop.非常笨拙卤莽。

72. like a red rag to/at a bull.使人生气的事。

73. like water off/on a duck’ back.不起作用;毫无作用;漠不关心;犹如耳旁风。

74. lion in the path/way.难点;拦路虎。

75. lion’s share.最大和最好的部分。

76. a little bird told me.有人私下告诉我;我自然知道;我不告诉你我是怎么知道的。

77. live like fighting cock.丰衣足食的日子。

78. the loaves and fishes.物质利益。

79. cock the stable door after the horse is stolen. 亡羊补牢

80. 80.look a gift horse in the mouth.对…..吹毛求疵。

81. look like a dying duck in a thunderstorm.惊慌失措。

82. mad as a March hare.疯疯癫癫。

83. neither fish nor fowl.不伦不类;非驴非马。

84. not to have/stand a dog’s chance.毫无机会;毫无希望。

85. one-horse show.规模很小的;简陋的。

86. other fish to fry.另有要事;有更重要的事要干。

87. pull dog, pull cat.激烈的比赛;加把劲。

88. put/set the cart before the horse.本末倒置;到行逆施。

89. queer fish.怪人;疯子。

90. rain cats and dogs.倾盆大雨。

91. scotch the snake.使危险的东西不能为害。

92. see how the cat jumps.观望形势;窥探虚实。

93. wait for the cat to jump. (同上)

94. see which way the cat jumps. (同上)

95. find out which way the cat has jump. (同上)

96. (as) sick as a cat/dog.病危;生大病。

97. smell a rat.发觉可疑之处;感到事情不妙。

98. throw a sprat to catch a mackerel/whale.出小本,赚大钱;吃小亏占大便宜。

99. swan song.临死哀歌;绝笔;最后的演出。

英语中有关动物的谚语(上)

1.Bird

(1) Kill two birds with one stone. 一箭双雕;一举两得。

(2) A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. 双鸟在林不如一鸟在手。

(3) Birds of a feather flock together. 物以类聚,人以群分。

(4) It’s an ill bird that fouls own nest. 家丑不可外扬。

(5) Fine feathers make fine birds. 人要衣装,马要鞍。

(6) A bird is known by its note, and a man by his talk. 听音识鸟,闻言识人。

(7) Each bird loves to hear himself sing. 鸟儿都爱听自己唱。(自我欣赏)

(8) You cannot catch old birds with chaff.(粗糠). 用粗糠捉不住老鸟。(有经验的人难骗。)

(9) Birds in their little nests agree. 同巢之鸟心儿齐。

2. Cat

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(1) A cat has nine lives.猫有九条命;吉人天相。

(2) Cats hide their claws. 知人知面不知心。

(3) All cats are grey in the dark.. 黑暗之中猫都是灰色的。(人未出名时看起来都差不多。)

(4) A gloved cat catches no mice. 戴手套的猫,老鼠抓不到。(不愿吃苦的人成不了大事业。)

(5) When the weasel and the cat make a marriage, it is a very ill presage. 黄鼠狼和猫结亲,不是好事情。)

(6) Who will bwll the cat? 谁去给猫系铃?(谁愿意为大家冒风险?)

(7) The cat shuts its eyes when stealing cream. 帽偷吃奶油的时候总是闭着眼睛。(掩耳盗铃)

(8) There are more ways of killing a cat than by choking it with butter. 杀猫的办法很多。(达到目的的途径很多。)

(9) Care kill a cat. 忧虑愁死猫。

3. Chicken

(1) Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched. 鸡蛋未孵出,先别数小鸡。(不要过早乐观。)

4. Crow

(1) A crow is never the whiter for washing herself often. 江山易改,本性难移。

5. Dog

(1) He who would hang his dog gives out first that it is mad. 欲加之罪,何患无词.

(2) A staff is quickly found to beat a dog with. 欲加之罪,何患无词.

(3) Love me, love my dog. 爱屋及乌.

(4) Too much pudding will choke a dog. 布丁太多噎死狗。

(5) Every dog has his day. 人人皆有得意时。

(6) Barking dogs don’t (seldom) bite. 爱叫的狗很少咬人。

(7) Let sleeping dogs lie. 勿惹事生非。

(8) Dead dogs bite not. 死狗不咬人。

(9) All are not thieves that dogs bark at. 狗见了叫的不一定都是贼。(不要以貌取人。)

(10) Every dog is a lion at home. 狗在家门口就成了狮子。

(11) Don’t be a dog (lying) in the manger. 莫学狗占马槽不吃草。(不要占着茅坑不拉屎。)

(12) Dog does not eat dog. 同类不相残。

(13) Scornful dogs will eat dirty puddings. 狗再傲慢也会吃脏布丁。

(14) A son never thinks his mother ugly,and a dog never shuns its owner’s home however shabby it is.儿不嫌母丑,狗不嫌家贫。

6. Frog

(1) The frog in the well knows nothing of the great ocean. 井底之蛙,不知大海。

7. Fox

(1) The fox may grow grey, but never good. 狐狸毛色可变灰,但是本性难移。

(2) The fox preys farthest from his hole. 狐狸捕食,远离洞府。(兔子不吃窝边草。)

(3) When the fox preaches, then take care of your geese. 每当狐狸说教,当心鹅群被盗。

(4) When the fox says he is a vegetarian, it’s time for the hen to look out. 狐狸说它吃素的时候,母鸡就得注意。

英语中有关动物的谚语(下)

8. Fish

(1) The best fish swim near the bottom. 好鱼常在水底游。

(2) Never offer to teach fish to swim. 不要班门弄斧。

(3) Go to the sea, if you would fish well. 不入虎穴,焉得虎子。

(4) There’s as good fish in the sea as ever came out of it. 海里的好鱼多的是。

(5) It is a silly fish that is caught twice with the same bait. 智者不上两次档。

(6) If water is noisy, there are no fish in it. 咆哮的水中无鱼。(夸夸其谈者无真才实学。)。

9. Hare

(1) You cannot run with the hare and hunt with the hounds(猎狗). 不能既和野兔一起跑又和猎狗一起追。(人不应两面讨好。)

(2) The tortoise wins the race while the hare is sleeping. 兔子睡懒觉,乌龟跑赢了。

10. Horse

(1) You can take a horse to the water, but you can’t make him drink. 带马到河边容易,逼马饮水难。

(2) Don’t ride the high horse. 勿摆架子。

(3) A good horse cannot be of a bad colour. 好马不会毛色差。

(4) A horse may stumble on four feet. 马有四条腿,亦有失蹄时。

(5) A running horse needs no spur. 奔马无需鞭策。

(6) Don’t put the cart before the horse. 不要将大车套在马前面。(处理问题应按先后次序,不要本末倒置。)

(7) The common horse is worst shod. 公用之马,掌子最差。

(8) Lock the barn door after the horse is stolen. 失马之后锁马厩。(亡羊补牢)

(9) Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. 馈赠之马,勿看牙口。

(10) Hair by hair you will pull out the horse’s tail. 一根一根拔,拔光马尾巴。(水滴石穿)

11 . Mouse

(1) It is a poor mouse that has only one hole. 狡兔三窟。

(2) The mouse that has but one hole is quickly taken. 只有一个洞的老鼠,很快就被抓住。

(3) A speck of mouse dung will spoil a whole pot of porridge. 一粒老鼠屎,坏了一锅粥。

12. Sheep

(1) If one sheep leaps over the ditch, all the rest will follow. 榜样的力量是无穷的。

(2) A lazy sheep thinks its wool heavy. 懒羊嫌毛重。

(3) He that makes himself a sheep shall be eaten by the wolf. 甘心做绵羊,必然喂豺狼。

13.Swallow

(1) One swallow does not make a spring. 孤燕不报春。

(2) One swallow does not make a summer. 一燕不成夏。

14. Tiger

(1) If you don’t enter a tiger’s den, you can’t get his cubs. 不入虎穴,焉得虎子。

15. Wolf

(1) Don’t trust a goat with the kitchen-garden,or a wolf with sheepfold. 不能请羊管菜园,不能请狼管羊圈。

(2) Who keeps company with wolves, will learn to howl. 和狼在一起,就会学狼叫。

(3) Man is a wolf to man. 人对人是狼。(人心狠,人吃人)

(4) A growing youth has a wolf in his belly. 年轻人,在成长,吃起饭来像饿狼