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Measure twice and cut once

Kűldve: inedito Vasárnap, 10/02/2019 - 08:44
  • Idiom: Measure twice and cut once
  • Idiom language: Angol
  • Idiomatic translations / equivalents: Spanyol, Török
  • Explained meaning: Angol

Idiomatic translations of "Measure twice and cut ..."

Spanyol
Mide dos veces, corta una
Explanations:
Török
İki ölç, bir biç
Explanations:

Meanings of "Measure twice and cut ..."

Angol

It's a carpentry proverb: You should check every measurement before cut the pieces in order to avoid unnecessary waste of time and material.
Figuratively, it's a good idea plan and check our choices before carry them out.

Explained by ineditoinedito on Vasárnap, 10/02/2019 - 08:49
Explained by ineditoinedito