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Tί κοινόν κυνί καί βαλανείω;

Submitted by evfokas on Sun, 03/02/2013 - 12:12

Idiomatic translations of "Tί κοινόν κυνί καί ..."

English
A wet blanket
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A skunk at the garden party
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Party pooper
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A killjoy
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a stick in the mud
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A hog in Sunday school
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A cat among pigeons
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A whistling woman and a crowing hen are neither fit for God or men
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Estonian
tujurikkuja
Estonian
märg kana
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Filipino/Tagalog
KJ
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Finnish
Ilonpilaaja
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French
un rabat-joie
French
un trouble-fête
German
ein Spielverderber
Italian
Guastafeste
Latin
Quid cani et balneo?
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Russian
Слон в посудной лавке
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Spanish
un aguafiestas
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Turkish
oyun bozan

Meanings of "Tί κοινόν κυνί καί ..."

English

"What do a dog and a bath have in common?!" Refers to a person whose presence in a place or at a post is improper, either unwelcome or unfit or out of place

Explained by evfokas on Sun, 03/02/2013 - 12:12
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