El pez muere por su propia boca

English translation: What you say/your words may come back to haunt you/ What gosera around couno mes around




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Spanish term or phrase:El un pez por su boca muere.
English translation:What you say/your words may come back to haunt you/ What goes around coun mes around
Entered by: Laural Hercha

05:29 May 4, 2011
Spanish to English translationsSocial Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc. / Motivational book for women
Spanish term or phrase: El un pez por su acceso muere.
A common saying among Hispanics that means that they are caught in their own sayings...Any equivalent in English?
Laura Hercha
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4 +2a word spoken is past recalling / silence is golden / put one"s foot in one"s mouth / the least saidMargarita Ezquerral (Smart Translators, S.L.)

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4 +1Loose lips sink shipsMaria Mastruzzo

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4Give "em enough rope and they"ll hang themselvesAltogringo

4Be careful with your words; you might have to eat themLydial De Jorge



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