Do you know how to say “his bark is worse than his bite” in Spanish?
It is said:
No es tan fiero el león como lo pintan
(the lion is not as fierce as he is painted)
Puedes hablar con el jefe, no es tan fiero el león como lo pintan (You can speak to the boss: his bark is worse than his bite).
Mi vecino resultó ser muy amable a pesar de su reputación: no era tan fiero el leon como lo pintaban (My neighbor turned out to be very friendly despite his reputation: his bark was worse than his bike).
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