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lo que dice la lengua lo viene a pagar la cabeza 


lo que di·ce la len·gua lo vie·ne a pa·gar la ca·be·za  Interjection
  1. Translate "lo que dice la lengua lo viene a pagar la cabeza" to English: the least said the better, be careful what you say, keep your mouth shut and you won't put your foot in it, silence is golden
    Spanish Synonyms of "lo que dice la lengua lo viene a pagar la cabeza": calladita se ve más bonita, cuanto menos se diga mejor, cuanto menos se diga menos hay que rectificar, cuidado con lo que dices, de sabios es hablar poco y bien, el pez por la boca muere, el que mucho habla mucho yerra, el silencio es oro, en boca cerrada no entra mosca, habla poco escucha más y no errarás

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