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Translation of "maxim" - English-Spanish dictionary

maxim

noun /ˈmaksim/
a saying, general truth or rule giving a guide to good behaviour/behavior máxima ’He who hesitates is lost’ is a well-known maxim.
Translations of “maxim”
in Vietnamese châm ngôn…
in Thai ข้อเขียนที่เป็นความจริง…
in Malaysian pepatah…
in French maxime…
in German Grundsatz…
in Chinese (Traditional) 格言, 基本原理, 行為準則…
in Indonesian peribahasa…
in Russian афоризм, принцип…
in Turkish özdeyiş, düstur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 格言, 基本原理, 行为准则…
in Polish maksyma…
(Definition of maxim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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