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despues de la tempestad viene la calma adv.
every cloud has a silver lining

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
adv. adj.
every cloud has a silver lining
adv.
after some little time
exp.
to lose one's cool
exp.
to remain composed
exp.
to keep calm
v.
to keep calm
v.
stay calm
exp.
do try to keep calm
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"despues de la tempestad viene": examples and translations in context
No olvide que después de la tempestad viene la calma. Don't forget that after the storm there is calm.
Como dice el refrán, "tras la tempestad viene la calma". As one saying goes: "It is always darkest before the dawn".
Tras la tempestad viene la calma, Ari. It's always darkest before dawn, Ari.
Después de la tempestad llega la calma. After the storm comes the calm.
Hay un dicho polaco similar al de "después de la tempestad, siempre llega la calma" aunque la verdad es que esta tempestad es muy fuerte. There is a Polish saying along the lines of 'every cloud has a silver lining' but this cloud is actually very black indeed.
Es un tópico, pero los marineros dicen que la calma antes de la tempestad... te avisa del peligro. I know it's a cliché, but Sander say that it is indeed the calm before the storm... that lets you know that danger's coming.
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