Mottainai (もったいない, [mottainai]) is a Japanese term conveying a sense of
regret concerning waste. The expression "Mottainai!" can be uttered alone a...
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Proverb. waste not, want not. (idiomatic) If one is not wasteful then one will
not be needy. [quotations ▽]. 1872, Thomas Hardy, Under the Greenwood Tree.
Dec 2, 2014 ... “For want is nexte to waste, and shame doeth synne ensue,”. In 1721 ... What do
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Jun 28, 2013 ... I know the old saying is waste not want not, which basically means ~ Do not
waste ..... Meaning, do I really, really want and need this item.
Sep 2, 2006 ... i know it's what parents tell their children , (well they did when I was young), but
what exactly is the meaning behind the phrase. This one ...
Dec 21, 2011 ... I'd like to know an example of this expression. Could it be possible: "Savers
waste not, want not"? f you could help me it would be of great.