Un clavo saca otro clavo.

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1. (proverb) (general)
a. New love drives out old love.
Abuela, acabo de romper con mi novio. - Bueno, ya sabes lo que se dice: "Un clavo saca otro clavo."Grandma, I just broke up with my boyfriend. - Well, you know what they say: "New love drives out old love."
b. One devil drives out another.
¿Qué dice ese cuadro de punto de cruz? - Un clavo saca otro clavo.What does that framed cross-stitch say? - One devil drives out another.
c. The best cure for an old love is a new one.
¿Crees que estoy lista para buscar un nuevo amor? - ¡Claro! Un clavo saca otro clavo.Do you think I'm ready to look for love again? - Of course! The best cure for an old love is a new one.
d. The best way to get over an ex is to find someone new.
Lupe ya tiene nueva pareja. - ¡Qué bueno! Un clavo saca otro clavo.Lupe's already dating somebody else. - Awesome! The best way to get over an ex is to find someone new.
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