Translation of adage in Spanish:


dicho, n.

Pronunciation /ˈædɪdʒ/ /ˈadɪdʒ/


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    dicho masculine
    adagio masculine
    • Scientists have shown that there is a degree of truth in the old adage that love is blind.
    • They still exchange mnemonic sayings, adages and proverbs.
    • The adage, that truth is often stranger than fiction, is a huge understatement.
    • This is a book which confirms the adage that truth is stranger than fiction.
    • The enthusiasts for revolutionary methods overlook the truth of the adage that the best is often the enemy of the good.
    • The old adage that more is not necessarily better is certainly the proverbial case here.
    • But then again, what are sex surveys really for, if not to uphold old adages and reinforce our cultural beliefs, attitudes and concerns when it comes to sex.
    • So forget the old adages about selling shares if the chief executive's golf handicap is in single digits or if the company has a corporate jet.
    • One of the oldest military adages has it that those who want peace prepare for war.
    • It all goes to demonstrate the old adage that statistics can be used to prove anything, provided you jiggle them properly.
    • And Rolf is a fan - if the old adage about imitation being the sincerest form of flattery holds true.
    • The old adage about lies, damn lies and statistics springs to mind.
    • On the whole I have always agreed with the old adage that horses were dangerous at both ends and uncomfortable in the middle.
    • Her daughter described her as a warm, fun-loving person who lived by the old adage that hard work never hurt anybody.
    • In line with the old adage, things did get worse around here before they got better.
    • The old adage would suggest that you always play to your strengths and I would always go along with that.
    • The old adage is true, there are plenty of other fish in the sea - it's just that they are not particularly pretty.
    • It's scant consolation but the old adage there is always someone else worse off than yourself can help banish the blues.
    • As the old adage says, nothing that comes from a coconut tree is ever wasted.
    • It's an old adage but it's one that the people of Newry and Mourne are ignoring.