Adding an alternative and more literal translation (the original is useless to use as an example sentence in a dictionary.)
Yes, that's most likely what happened.
I don't mind whether ことわざ end with a 。 or not. There are a lot of them here, and if they get amended my weekly old/new comparison is going to run hot. Can't we make an exception from usual Japanese proactice and leave the 。 there?
Thank you for your detailed explanation.
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