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el que algo quiere algo le cuesta 
el que al·go quie·re al·go le cues·ta  Interjection
  1. Translate "el que algo quiere algo le cuesta" to English: he that would have the fruit must climb the tree, no pain no gain
    Spanish Synonyms of "el que algo quiere algo le cuesta": el que no arriesga no gana, el que quiere celeste que le cueste, el que quiere marrones que aguante tirones, la letra con sangre entra, lo que algo vale algo cuesta, no dan a quien no acude, no hay atajo sin trabajo

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