Soar up (phrasal verb) - rise rapidly.（（急速）升高，上涨）
Examples: 1.The US dollar is soaring up against the Japanese
2.The balloon soared up on a gust of wind.
Not taste beef for three months – 借引自中国典故“三月不
Turn up (phrasal verb) – To appear or happen, especially unexpectedly.（出现，产生）
Examples: 1.You'll get another job: something is bound to
turn up soon.
2.We turned up in Mr. Mitchell's class when he had a sub last week.
Windfall (noun) - A sudden, unexpected piece of good fortune or personal gain (like a ripened fruit that has been blown down by the wind).（意外的收穫，横财）
Examples: 1.They received a windfall because of the tax cuts.
2.The money that my great-uncle left us was certainly a windfall.
Water afar off quencheth not fire (proverb)–远水难救近火，
类似的英谚还有：Water after does not quench a fire at hand; Water after quench not fire等。中英文中有不少谚语惊人地相似，不知是互相借鑑而来，还是由于“心有灵犀一点通”而各自形成的。据悉，此中文谚语最早出自明．西湖渔隐主人《欢喜冤家》第九回：“只是远水难救近火，可惜这间兴处店面没有货卖。”