英文諺語 Make hay while the sun shines
Make hay while the sun shines 未雨綢繆；把握時機
Take the opportunity to do something when the time and conditions are near perfect or available. Make the most of one’s opportunities while you have the chance.
“Make hay while the sun shines” is an old saying that’s considered a proverb. A proverb is an old, usually short saying that communicates good advice or something true. If you make hay while the sun shines, it means that you take advantage of the chance to do something while conditions are good. In other words, you make good use of your time or make the most of an opportunity while you have the chance.
When farmers gather the long grass growth of summer to dry it to produce hay as winter feed for animals, the best time to cut and dry the hay is during sunny days.
“We’ve got a few days off work so lets make hay while the sun shines and do some landscaping around the back of the house.”