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Mexican Slang Meaning

Spanish: El Que Anda Con Lobos, A Aullar Se Enseña.

Type: Proverb

Literal Meaning: He who walks with wolves learns to howl.

Analogous Saying: If you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas.

Meaning: You are the company you keep.

Antonio es de una familia importante pero todos sus amigos son mala onda; son mentirosos y estafadores. Como siempre dice mi abuela, “El que anda con lobos, a aullar se enseña”. (Antonio is from an important family but all his friends are bad news; they are liars and cheats. As my grandmother says, “He who lies down with dogs, ends up with fleas.”)

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El Que Anda Con Lobos, A Aullar Se Enseña. means: You are the company you keep.
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