El que quiera celeste, que le cueste.

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This saying may also be written "El que quiera azul celeste, que le cueste."
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
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1. (proverb) (general)
a. No pain, no gain.
Estoy cansado de trabajar tanto, pero sueño con viajar a la Patagonia. Así que como dicen, "El que quiera celeste, que le cueste".I'm tired of working so much, but I dream of traveling to Patagonia. So, as they say, "No pain, no gain."
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