There is no smoke without fire


There is no smoke without fire
No hay humo sin fuego

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  • there's no smoke without fire — there’s no smoke without fire mainly spoken phrase used for saying that if something bad is being said about someone, or if something seems bad, then there is probably a good reason for it Look, he’s a nice guy, but there’s no smoke without fire …   Useful english dictionary

  • (there is) no smoke without fire — (there is) no smoke without ˈfire idiom (BrE) (NAmE where there s smoke, there s ˈfire) (saying) if sth bad is being said about sb/sth, it usually has some truth in it …   Useful english dictionary

  • there is no smoke without fire — ► there is no smoke without fire rumours usually have some basis in fact. Main Entry: ↑smoke …   English terms dictionary

  • there's no smoke without fire — mainly spoken used for saying that if something bad is being said about someone, or if something seems bad, then there is probably a good reason for it Look, he s a nice guy, but there s no smoke without fire …   English dictionary

  • There's no smoke without fire. — something that you say which means that if people are saying that someone has done something bad but no one knows whether it is true, it probably is true. He claims that they were just good friends and that they never slept together but there s… …   New idioms dictionary

  • there's no smoke without fire — there is always some factual basis for a rumour. → smoke …   English new terms dictionary

  • there is no smoke without fire — everything has a reason, everything has a source …   English contemporary dictionary

  • no smoke without fire — Cf. PLAUTUS Curculio 53 flamma fumo est proxima, the flame is right next to the smoke; late 13th cent. Fr. nul feu est sens fumee nefumee sens feu, no fire is without smoke, nor smoke without fire; c 1375 J. BARBOUR Bruce (EETS) IV. 81 And thair… …   Proverbs new dictionary

  • no smoke without fire —    This idiom means that when people suspect something, there is normally a good reason for the suspicion, even if there is no concrete evidence.</p><p>( Where s there s smoke, there s fire is also used.)   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • No Smoke Without Fire — Studio album by Wishbone Ash Released 1978 …   Wikipedia

  • no smoke without fire — This idiom means that when people suspect something, there is normally a good reason for the suspicion, even if there is no concrete evidence.  ( Where s there s smoke, there s fire is also used.) …   The small dictionary of idiomes