DAY

DAY
• Another day, another dollar - Бог даст день, Бог даст и пищу (Б)
• As the days grow longer, the storms are stronger - Чем дальше в лес, тем больше дров (4)
• Come day, go day /, God send Sunday/ - День да ночь и сутки прочь (Д)
• Days of our pride are gone (The) - Был конь, да изъездился (Б)
• Every day brings bread with it - Бог даст день, Бог даст и пищу (B)
• Foul morning may turn to a fair day (A) - Серенькое утро - красненький денек (C)
• Foul morn turns into a fine day (A) - Серенькое утро - красненький денек (C)
• Go day, come day, God send Sun - day - День да ночь и сутки прочь (Д)
• Let the cock crow or not, the day will come - Прокукарекает петух или нет, а день будет (П)
• Long as the day may be, the night comes at last - И у самого длинного дня есть конец (И)
• Misty morn may have a fine day (A) - Серенькое утро - красненький денек (C)
• New day, a new dollar (A) - Бог даст день, Бог даст и пищу (Б)
• No day is over until the sun has set - Хвали утро днем, а день вечером (X)
• No day passes without /some/ grief - День придет и заботу принесет (Д)
• One of these days is none of these days - Отложил на осень, а там и вовсе бросил (O)
• Other days, other ways - Иные времена, иные нравы (И)
• There are no two days alike - Пора на пору не приходится (П)
• We have known (seen) better days - Был конь, да изъездился (B)
• What is done in the night appears in the day - Все тайное становится явным (B)
• Yesterday is past; tomorrow may never come; this day is ours - Один раз живем (O)
• You can tell the day by the morning - Каково начало, таков и конец (K)

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