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tar with the same brush
tar with the same brush Meaning: to think that somebody has the same bad qualities as others in a similar surrounding to characterize someone with the same undesirable ... Read on

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first things first
first things first Meaning to have a priority order to follow a sequence in which the priorities are placed in a descending order to deal with things that ... Read on
it’s better to be safe than sorry
it’s better to be safe than sorry Meaning being careful may keep away unpleasant situation it is better to do something carefully in advance than to suffer later to take due precaution to avoid unnecessary complications later by ... Read on
look before you leap
look before you leap Meaning to make sure that everything is alright before doing something important which you cannot revert to think of the consequences of one’s actions ... Read on
where there’s a will, there’s a way
where there’s a will, there’s a way Meaning willpower will defeat any difficulty strong determination can conquer any problem to be determined to do something, usually in a ... Read on
many hands make light work
many hands make light work Meaning to come together for a cause to want to protect something or someone as a group to unite in the face of ... Read on
strike while the iron is hot
strike while the iron is hot Meaning to take advantage of a situation to make the most of a heated situation to get benefit from an existing condition ... Read on
too many cooks spoil the broth
too many cooks spoil the broth also, too many cooks spoil the soup Meaning to mean that something does not go well when there are too many ways ... Read on
absence makes the heart grow fonder
absence makes the heart grow fonder also, distance makes the heart grow fonder Meaning to miss and love someone more when they are not around to think of ... Read on
honesty is the best policy
honesty is the best policy Meaning being honest is always good and fruitful to advice someone to be honest in their dealings to be honest about things is ... Read on
grass is always greener on the other side
grass is always greener on the other side Meaning to think that other’s part is better than mine to believe that someone else’s life is better their own ... Read on

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