Latin Proverb # 7 – Semper flamma fumo est proxima
Latin Proverb: Semper flamma fumo est proxima. – Plautus, Curc, 53
English equivalent: No smoke without fire.
Translation: Fire/flame is always close to smoke.
Meaning: If there are rumours or indications that something is true, it must be at least partly true.
Semper flamma fumo est proxima in other languages?
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