Oct 23, 2018

[Answer] The Indian proverb 'Don't bargain for fish which are still in the water' has the same meaning as which of these?

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...Both these proverbs advise you not to be overconfident and to wait until you actually have what you expect in your possession. Similar proverbs are 'First catch your hare' and 'There's many a slip 'twixt cup and lip'. 'A stitch in time' advises you not to delay, 'Don't put all your eggs...' is advice to spread your risk and 'Do as you would be done by' suggests that you treat other people as you would like to be treated yourself.




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Don't count your chickens before they are hatched:


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