A cada cual, lo suyo

Submitted by roster 31 on 03.05.2016

A cada cual, lo suyo (Spanish) — To each his own (thing). Each person has the right to make their own choices in life. A warning implied, or actual against minding other people's business.

English, explained by Ww Ww on Fri, 01/07/2016 - 02:23

Translations of "A cada cual, lo suyo"

Arabicما لقيصر لقيصر وما لله لله
DutchGeef terug aan Caesar wat Caesar toebehoort, en aan God wat God toebehoort.
EnglishRender unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's
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FrenchRendez à César ce qui appartient à César, et à Dieu ce qui appartient à Dieu
GermanGebt dem Kaiser, was des Kaisers ist, und Gott, was Gottes ist
Greek (classical)Αποδότε τα του Καίσαρος τω Καίσαρι και τα του Θεού τω Θεώ.
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Japaneseカエサルの物はカエサルに
LatinRedde Caesari quae sunt Caesaris, et quae sunt Dei Deo
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RussianКесарево- кесарю, Богу-богово
SpanishDad al césar lo que es del césar y a Dios lo que es de Dios
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TurkishSezar'ın hakkı Sezar'a, Tanrı'nın hakkı Tanrı'ya
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