What does 'It's no use crying over spilt milk' mean
The idiom that there isnousecrying over spiltmilk means that if we make a mistake and something gets broken, itis not helpful to wail in lament, and instead we should simply clean up the mess and get on with it. This saying comes from the days when dairy animals were milked by hand into a pail.
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I really like this English proverb: It's nousecrying over spiltmilk. I know the German equivalent and it doesn't sound so funny as in English
cry over spilt milk meaning, definition, examples, origin, synonyms
cry over spiltmilk also cry over spilledmilk Meaning to be upset about things that have already been done tocry about past events that cannot be undone to dwell pointlessly about a
1. It is no use crying over spilt milk. (Does 'it' refer to 'crying .)
Is 'crying' a gerund or a present participle?) Psychology Please Help!!!! According to James-Lange Theory, crying over spilledmilk will result in: a. sorrow because you are crying. b. sorrow because the milk has been spilled. c. problem solving which will control the