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411. Íà êîðîâó áåäó ðîãà íàâîäÿò, ÷åëîâåêà ê áåäå åãî õàðàêòåð ïðèâîäèò.
An ox is taken by the horns, and a man by the tongue
412. Ìÿñî ñúåäåííîå â äîëã êîñòüþ âñ¸ íóòðî ïðîòêíåò.
Borrowed garments never fit well.
413. Íà êîðîòêîé âåðåâêå ïåòëþ íå ñäåëàåøü.
1. From bad to worse.
2. From pillar to post.
414. Íà ïîæèâå èç ðàçîðåííîãî àóëà íå ðàçáîãàòååøü.
1. Íå goes long barefoot that waits for dead man’s shoes.
2. A clean fast is better than a dirty breakfast.
3. Ill-gotten goods never prosper.
415. Íà ïîìèíêè èäè ãîëîäíûì, íà ñâàäüáó èäè ñûòûì.
1. All in good time. 
2. Everything is good in its season. 
416. Íà ïî÷åòíîå ìåñòî ïðèãëàøåíèå – ïðèçíàê áîëüøîãî óâàæåíèÿ.
The laborer is worthy of his hire.
417. Íà ðàáîòå ðîäíè íå áûâàåò.
Two dogs over one bone seldom agree.418. Íà ðîäèíå è äíè, è íî÷è ïðåêðàñíû.
1. There is nî place like home.
2. East or West — home is best.
3. Home is home though it’s never so homely.
419. Íà ñìåíó íî÷è äåíü ïðèäåò.
1. An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening.
2. Night brings counsel.
420. Íà ñîí ñâîé íå íàäåéñÿ, íà ñèëó ñâîþ íàäåéñÿ.
1. Fortune helps them that help themselves.
2. Self is the best servant.
421. Íà ñïÿùóþ çìåþ íå íàñòóïàé.
Caution is the parent of safety.
422. Íà òâåðäîé çåìëå ïîñåâû íå âçîéäóò, â ãëóïóþ ãîëîâó çíàíèÿ íå âîéäóò.
1. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
2. You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.
423. Íà òîé ïîðàíüøå ïðèäåøü – ïîëó÷øå ìåñòî çàéìåøü.
First come, first served.
424. Íà ëàñêîâóþ ðå÷ü è çìåÿ èç íîðû âûïîëçàåò.
1. Soft fire makes sweet malt.
2. A soft answer turns away wrath.
425. Íà ïëîõîé âåòêå ïëîõèå ïëîäû ðàñòóò.
1. A tree is known by its fruit.
2. As the tree, so the fruit.
3. Like begets like.
426. Íà ïëîõîé çåìëå ïëîõîé óðîæàé, íà õîðîøåé – õîðîøèé.
1. Good seed makes a good crop.
2. He that sows good seed, shall reap good corn.
427. Íàä çàâèñòëèâûì ñîëíöå íå âñõîäèò.
Envy shoots at others and wounds herself….