[h=1]A picture is worth a thousand words.[/h] [h=4]Meaning:[/h] You use this proverb to say that a picture can give you as much information as a written or spoken text with a lot of words can. If someone says, "A picture is worth a thousand words," he/she means that you can describe something by drawing just one picture as well as you can by writing or saying a lot of words. People also say "A picture paints a thousand words." [h=4]Example:[/h] Thank you for trying to give me directions, but it's too confusing to me. Would you mind drawing a map for me? A picture is worth a thousand words. For the above explanations on "a picture is worth a thousand words" I welcome all of you to give a word on attached picture. Thank you.