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昔のことは水に流せ
[むかしのことはみずにながせ, mukashi no koto wa mizu ni nagase]
let bygones be bygones (lit.: let old things drift away on the water)

百足は死んでも倒れぬ
[むかでがしんでもたおれぬ, mukade wa shindemo taorenu]
a centipede will not topple over even when dead (i.e.: it has the support of many legs, and so by extension, a person with many friends and relatives will not fail utterly)

無芸大食
[むげいたいしょく, mugei taishoku]
a lazy glutton; good-for-nothing glutton (lit.: no ability, great appetite)

虫一匹殺したことがない
[むしいっぴきころしたことがない, mushi ippiki koroshita koto ga nai]
he has never harmed a bug; a guileless and kindly person

虫がつく
[むしがつく, mushi ga tsuku]
describes a girl whose character has been damaged by having a secret lover

狢の穴で狐をとる
[むじなのあなできつねをとる, mujina no ana de kitsune o toru]
catch a fox in the hole of a badger; birds of a feather flock together (i.e.: people of similar character associate)

娘見るより母を見よ
[むすめみるよりははをみよ, musume miru yori haha o miyo]
like mother, like daughter (look at the mother rather than the daughter)

無駄なければ、不足なし
[むだなければ、ふそくなし, muda nakereba, fusoku nashi]
waste not, want not

無用の長物
[むようのちょうぶつ, muyou no choubutsu]
a useless thing, a white elephant (lit.: a useless long object)



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