el que quiere celeste, que le cueste

USAGE NOTE
This proverb may be literally translated as "he who wants blue will have to pay what it costs."
el que quiere celeste, que le cueste
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
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1. (proverb) (suffering is necessary to achieve something)
a. no pain, no gain (proverb)
Si quiero tener 10 de promedio este trimestre, me voy a tener que pasar todos los fines de semana en casa estudiando. - ¡El que quiere celeste, que le cueste!If I want to get straight As this term, I'm going to have to stay home and study all weekends. - No pain, no gain!
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