Spanish Word for fable  

English Word: fable

Spanish Word: fábula
The Spanish Word for fable
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Have you read the fable about the turtle and the hare?
¿Has leído la fábula de la tortuga y la liebre?
"The Fox and the Grapes" is a fable attributed to Aesop.
"El Zorro y las Uvas" es una fábula atribuida a Esopo.

I am sure you are familiar with this Latin fable, Mr President: 'A Wolf was drinking at a spring on a hillside.
Estoy seguro que usted, señor Presidente, conoce esta locución latina.
On looking up he saw a Lamb just beginning to drink lower down ...' Why have I quoted this Latin fable?
"Bebiendo en un arroyo arriba estaba el lobo y mucho más abajo el cordero".
It was criticised as duplicating the American GPS, but that made me think of the fable of the blind man and the paralytic.
Se criticó porque duplicaba el sistema GPS estadounidense, pero eso me recuerda la fábula del ciego y el paralítico.
The gospel contains a fine fable which states: Salt is good; but if salt has lost its saltiness, how can you season?
El Evangelio contiene agudo relato que dice así: «Buena es la sal, pero si la sal se hace sosa, ¿con qué se la salará?
We all know La Fontaine's fable, and how it ends: we will win the race, certainly, but how many lives will be lost before that happens?
Todos conocemos la fábula de La Fontaine y su desenlace: ganaremos la carrera, eso es cierto, pero, ¿cuántas vidas se perderán en el camino?
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