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el que quiere celeste que le cueste 


el que quie·re ce·les·te que le cues·te  Interjection
  1. Translate "el que quiere celeste que le cueste" to English: you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs, no pain no gain, nothing ventured nothing gained, you can't get something for nothing, you can't have it both ways, you can't succeed if you don't try, you can't win'em all, you cannot have all you want
    Spanish Synonyms of "el que quiere celeste que le cueste": lo que algo vale algo cuesta, el que algo quiere algo le cuesta, el que no arriesga no gana, el que quiere marrones que aguante tirones, la letra con sangre entra, nada que valga la pena se logra sin crear conflictos, no hay atajo sin trabajo, no hay barranco sin atranco, todo tiene su precio

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