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  1. Lawrence Seow
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    I heard this idiom before but cannot remember exactly how it goes. The meaning is simple - that one should learn to live within one's means.

    It goes something like - 'cut your clothes according to your cloth' but this is not quite accurate.

    Can you help???

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    Cut your coat according to your cloth.

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