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el necio es atrevido y el sabio comedido 


el ne·cio es a·tre·vi·do y el sa·bio co·me·di·do  Interjection
  1. Translate "el necio es atrevido y el sabio comedido" to English: fools rush in where wise men fear to tread, fools rush in where angels fear to tread, fools walk where angels fear to tread
    Spanish Synonyms of "el necio es atrevido y el sabio comedido": el necio se apresura donde el sabio ni siquiera se aventura, el necio se aventura sin cautela y sin mesura, los tontos se aventuran allí donde los sabios son precavidos, no hay nada tan atrevido como la ignorancia

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