English proverb list that will help you understand the meaning of it:
Two wrongs don’t make right
It is never right to wrong someone, even if they have wronged you first.
A friend in need is a friend indeed
If someone helps you when you have problems, or you are in trouble, that person is a true friend.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Everyone has their own ideas of what is beautiful.
Practice makes perfect
If you want to be perfect at something, you need to practice every day.
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Haste makes waste
When you try to work too quickly, you usually make mistakes.
Better late than never
It’s better if you do something later, than not do it at all.
Actions speak louder than words
What you do matters – not what you say.
Easy come, easy go
When something, especially money, is easily got and then soon spent or lost.
A picture speaks a thousand words
Picture conveys its meaning or essence more effectively than a description does.
End of English proverb list.
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