English version

a bird in the hand (is worth two in the bush)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha bird in the hand (is worth two in the bush)a bird in the hand (is worth two in the bush)USEFULused to say that it is better to keep what you have than to risk losing it by trying to get more bird
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