- An adage
(/ˈædɪdʒ/; Latin: adagium) is a concise, memorable, and usually philosophical aphorism
an important truth derived
in 1930. Today, its content appears
formats, including AdAge
e-mail newsletters, social
and a bimonthly
was an Boston-based electronics
and computer manufacturer founded
in 1957, first specializing
in analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters...
- Murphy's law is an adage
that is typically stated
as: "Anything that can go wrong
will go wrong". The perceived perversity
of the universe...
(Cl****ical Latin: [siː wiːs ˈpaːkemː ˈpara ˈbellumː]) is a Latin adage translated
as "If you want peace, prepare
for war". The phrase
Si vis pacem...
- (French pronunciation: [a tɛʁ]) Touching
the floor. Italian, or French adage
'slowly, at ease.' Slow movements performed
- law (or Sturgeon's revelation), is an adage
that "ninety percent
is ****." The adage
Sturgeon, an American...
- p****" (Persian: این نیز بگذرد, romanized: īn nīz bogzarad) is a Persian adage translated
and used in multiple
languages. It reflects
on the temporary...
- Festina lente
or speûde bradéōs (σπεῦδε βραδέως) is a cl****ical adage
and oxymoron meaning
slowly" (sometimes rendered
- But it all comes
down to what is sufficient
contact. There's an old, old adage
that refs don't make those calls
in the last seconds. Obviously, you hope...