英语初中谚语孔子

2020-01-11 11:45:05

1、人无远虑,必有近忧。

A man without foresight must have immediate worries.

2、日月逝矣,岁不我与。

The sun and the moon are gone, but the years are not mine and mine.

3、学而不厌,诲人不倦。

Never be contented with your study; never be impatient with your teaching.

4、事君尽礼,人以为谄也。

Everything is polite, but people think it's flattering.

5、君子谋道不谋食,君子忧道不忧贫。

A gentleman does not seek food, but a gentleman does not worry about poverty.

6、逝者如斯夫。不舍昼夜。

The dead are like this. Regardless of day and night.

7、当仁,不让于师。

Dang Ren, don't give in to the teacher.

8、自行束修以上,吾未尝无诲焉。

I have not learned anything about self-repairing the above.

9、天下之众本在一人。

All the people in the world belong to one person.

10、诗三百,一言以敝之,思无邪。

Three hundred poems, a word of shame, think innocently.

11、夫人不言,言必有中。

Madame does not say anything, but it must be right.

12、贫而无怨,富而不骄。

Poverty without complaint, wealth without arrogance.

13、学而不思则罔,思而不学则殆。

Learning without thinking is useless, thinking without learning is perilous.

14、小不忍,则乱大谋。

If you can't bear it, you will have a big plan.

15、父母在,不远游,游必有方。

Parents in, not far away, you must have a good way to travel.

16、君子务本,本立而道生。

Gentlemen should be independent and moral.

17、工欲善其事,必先利其器。

Sharp tools make good work.

18、不怨天,不尤人。

Don't blame God, don't blame others.

19、君子周而不比,小人比而不周。

A gentleman is more than a gentleman, but a villain is less than a gentleman.

20、夷狄之有君,不如诸夏之无也。

It is better to have a monarch in Yidi than to have none in Zhuxia.

21、关雎,乐而不淫,哀而不伤。

Guan Yong, happy but not pornographic, sad but not sad.

22、君子求诸己,小人求诸人。

A gentleman asks for himself, but a villain asks for others.

23、性相近也,习相远也。

Sex is similar, habits are far.

24、君子疾没世而名不称焉。

A gentleman is not worthy of his name because he died of illness.

25、逝者如斯夫,不舍昼夜。

Dead people like this, day and night.

26、小人之过也必文。

Every little man's fault must be written.

27、朝闻道,夕死可矣。

Morning news says that death at night is enough.

28、言必信,行必果。

Words must be believed and deeds must bear fruit.

29、温故而知新,可以为师矣。

He who by reviewing the old can gain knowledge of the new and is fit to be a teacher.

30、君子不以言举人,不以人废言。

Gentlemen do not use words to mention people, and they do not use people to talk nonsense.

31、内省不疚,夫何忧何惧。

Introspection is not guilty, why worry?

32、攻乎异端,斯害也已。

Heterogeneous attack, the harm has also been.

33、成事不说,遂事不谏,既往不咎。

Never say what happened, never say what happened, never blame the past.

34、学而时习之,温故而知新。

Learn from the times and learn from the past.

35、己所不欲,勿施于人。

Do what you don't want to do to others.

36、道听而涂说,德之弃也。

If we listen to the Tao and say it, we should abandon virtue.

37、君使臣以礼,臣事君以忠。

Envoys and ministers are courteous and ministers are loyal.

38、不知生,焉知死。

He who knows nothing about life knows nothing about death.

39、不患莫己知,求为可知也。

Do not be ignorant, seek to be knowable.

40、不患人之不己知,患不知人也。

No one knows, no one knows.

41、君子坦荡荡,小人长戚戚。

The gentleman is open and magnanimous, the villain is long and sorrowful.

42、往者不可谏,来者犹可追。

The past is not to be criticized, but the coming is still to be pursued.

43、君子耻其言而过其行。

A gentleman is ashamed of his words and deeds.

44、古者言之不出,耻恭之不逮也。

The ancients could not say anything, but they could not catch humiliation.

45、三年无改于父之道,可谓孝矣。

It can be said that filial piety has not changed from father's way in three years.

46、道之以告德,齐之以礼。

The Tao teaches virtue and the Qi courtesy.

47、君子矜而不争,群而不党。

A gentleman is reserved but not contentious, but a group is not a party.

48、知之者不如好之者,好之者不如乐之者。

He who knows is worse than the good, and the good is worse than the happy.

49、先行其言,而后从之。

Do what you say first, and then follow it.

50、夫子温、良、恭、俭、让。

Master Wen, Liang, Gong, Frugality and Jean.

51、有则改之,无则加勉。

If there is one, it will be changed; if there is none, it will be encouraged.

52、名不正,则言不顺。

If the name is not right, the words are not right.

53、知者不失人,亦不失言。

He who knows does not lose others, nor does he lose his words.

54、学如不及,犹恐失之。

If you fail to learn, you are afraid of losing it.

55、不义而富且贵,于我如浮云。

Unrighteousness, wealth and wealth are like clouds to me.

56、唯仁者能好人,能恶人。

The benevolent can be good, but the evil.

57、与朋友交,言而有信。

Make friends and be trustworthy.

58、以约失之者鲜矣。

There are few people who have lost something.

59、足食,足兵,民信之矣。

Food, soldiers, people believe it.

60、君子成人之美,不成人之恶。

The gentleman helps others to achieve their moral perfection but not their evil conduct.

61、君子坦荡荡,小人常戚戚。

A gentleman is open and magnanimous, but a villain is always in trouble.

62、德不孤,必有邻。

Virtue is not alone, there must be neighbors.

63、君子周急不继富。

A gentleman is anxious not to become rich.

64、老者安之,朋友信之,少者怀之。

Old people live in peace, friends believe in it, and young people cherish it.

65、学而知不足,思而得远虑。

Learning is not enough, thinking is far-sighted.

66、里仁为美。择不处仁,焉得知。

Li Ren is beautiful. How do you know if you choose not to be benevolent?

67、父母,唯其疾之忧。

Parents, only their worries.

68、君子和而不同,小人同而不和。

Gentlemen differ from each other, and villains differ from each other.

69、往事已不谏,来者犹可追。

The past is gone, and those who come can still be traced back.

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