All good things must come to an end

All good things must come to an end 是個諺語,意為「天下無不散的筵席;千好萬好總有終」。它的起源可追溯到 1300 年代,其概念源自英國中世紀最傑出詩人傑佛瑞‧喬叟 (Geoffrey Chaucer) 所寫的史詩作品《Troilus and Criseyde》。

例句:

  • It’s time to leave the party, honey. All good things must come to an end. (親愛的,該離開派對了。天下無不散的筵席)
  • It’s been a fantastic couple of weeks but all good things must come to an end. (這兩個禮拜過得真好,但千好萬好總有終) (Cambridge Dictionary)
  • I know you’re sad to graduate, but all good things must come to an end. (我知道,要畢業,你很難過,但天下無不散的筵席)