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Más vale maña que fuerza.
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (proverb) (used to praise skill as opposed to strength)
a. Brains over brawn. (proverb)
Una buena cirujana debe estar en forma, pero sobre todo tener destreza. En el quirófano, más vale maña que fuerza.A good surgeon must be in good shape, but above all she must be skillful. In the operating room, brains over brawn.
b. Brain is worth more than brawn. (proverb)
¿Cómo conseguiste abrir la puerta atorada? - Más vale maña que fuerza.How did you manage to open the jammed door? - Brain is worth more than brawn.
c. Skill is better than strength. (proverb)
Para abrir las ostras más vale maña que fuerza.To open the oysters skill is better than strength.
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