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" It is an ill wind that blows nobody good "

" It is a lone lane that has no turning point "

May I know how to define the above two proverbs ?
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"It is an ill wind that blows nobody good" 

Even a bad situation or event might be of benefit to someone, but a situation that is of no benefit to anyone is extremely bad.

"It is a lone lane that has no turning point" 

I have never heard this one WHL, but I guess it means that if we pursue something alone, and we can't change our course of action, then we may feel isolated.

I hope this is helpful.

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OOPSSSSSS!!!! i didn't get it.What do you mean?
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Well, in fact I want to know its meaning. It is quite straight forward that we can make a good guess. But I hope to get a better definition
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Can I use your explanation to answer somebody's questions Mike ? somewhere I meanEmotion: smile
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Sure WHL.
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