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Kao ga hiro i ‘Apparently men with wide faces in Japan are considered more attractive and more likely to be successful.’

Surreal in translation: Matt Lindley and Marcus Oakley's foreign proverbs – in pictures

“To have a wide face” Japanese: Kao ga hiro i Meaning: To have many friends

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9 Delightful Sayings From Around The World

MARIMEKKO

New Marimekko clothes for kids.

Têtes - Héliu

Têtes - Héliu

Surreal in translation: Matt Lindley and Marcus Oakley's foreign proverbs – in pictures

Surreal in translation: Matt Lindley and Marcus Oakley's foreign proverbs – in pictures

Marcus Oakley Surreal translations Nie mój cyrk, nie moje malpy ‘I lived in Poland for about four years, so this one’s my favourite. It’s a lot more fun than the English translation.

15 Words You Cannot Translate Into English

15 Words You Cannot Translate Into English

INFOGRAPHIC: 15 words you cannot translate into English - Wolfestone- use for writing prompts

Idioms from around the world

Päästää sammakko suusta ‘Finnish sayings in general are really interesting. This one’s almost a false friend to “having a frog in your throat”.

wish you a very healthy wealthy happy new year,

Happy New Year 2013 More amazing designs can be found here

English Vocabulary

Slang Cards for iOS and Android

Zen

国立国会図書館-National Diet Library

A list of digital exhibitions provided via the National Diet Library home page. Centered on unique materials in the National Diet Library's collections, digital exhibitions are introduced with the addition of easy-to-understand explanations.

Bilingüismo

An Spanish-English Joke

Photo de l'album Kawaï - Google Photos

(no words - "Angie Garland")

100 Inspirational and Motivational Quotes of All Time! (108)

100 Inspirational and Motivational Quotes of All Time! (108)

Positive quotes about strength, and motivational

10 Unusual international idioms illustrated in adorable graphics

10 Unusual international idioms illustrated in adorable graphics

Danish idiom - to have a stick in your ear

Surreal in translation: Matt Lindley and Marcus Oakley's foreign proverbs – in pictures

Surreal in translation: Matt Lindley and Marcus Oakley's foreign proverbs – in pictures

“To have the midday demon” Language: French Translation: Le démon de midi Meaning: To have a midlife crisis

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