A fleeing enemy, silver bridge ( A enemigo que huye puente de plata)

It is a phrase authored by the politician and military Castilian, Gonzalo Fernandez de Cordoba (1453-1515), known in the war as the Great Captain, conqueror of Naples.

this  phrase  recommends getting rid of enemies or anyone who can or wants to cause any harm or harm.

We must make it easier for him to flee or withdraw to the one who annoys or offends us. In the wars of antiquity, it was common to pave the way for the adversary so that he would not stop or try to regroup to return.

Other Proverbs

Who grasps at too much loses everything
Appetite comes with eating
“Be more apañao’ that a peseta”
All mouth and no trousers

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