(Spanish) Con el dinero baila el perro. Lit: With money the dog will dance. Meaning: With money anything is possible. — WorkplaceLanguageSol (@WLSUS) June 21, 2010
(Russian) veseló veséle – tazheló pohméle Lit:Revelry is jolly – hangover is heavy Meaning:There's a price to pay for all you gain — WorkplaceLanguageSol (@WLSUS) June 17, 2010
(Mandarin) yǒu zhì zhe, shì jìng chéng Lit: If a person has ambition, things will be accomplished. [Where there's a will, there's a way] — WorkplaceLanguageSol (@WLSUS) June 14, 2010
(Spanish) Dando y dando, pajarito volando. Literally: Giving and giving, the bird is flying; meaning: Scratch my back, I will scratch yours. — WorkplaceLanguageSol (@WLSUS) June 7, 2010
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