|The die has been cast. (Caesar)||Alea iacta est|
|abstain from beans (i.e., have nothing to do with elections—the ballot having been cast with beans)||abstineto a fabis|
|by, from (the b can be omitted when ab is coupled with a word that begins with a consonant a Caesare = by Caesar)||ab (preposition + ablative)|
|Caesar or nothing i.e., all or nothing||Aut Caesar aut nihil|
|cast aside the patched-up peace, sow the seeds of wicked war (Virgil)||disjice compositam pacem, sere crimina belli|
|cast down /destroy||prosterno|
|From the bottom of the chest. (from the heart) (Julius Caesar)||Ab imo pectore|
|Gaius Julius Caesar, politician, author, and conquerer of Gaul, famously assassinated on March 15 (the Ides), 44 B.C.E.||Caesar|
|Hail Caesar! We who are about to die salute you. (gladiators before the fight)||Ave caesar! Morituri te salutamus|
|I came, I saw, I conquered. (Julius Caesar)||Veni, vidi, vici|
|I came, I saw, I conquered. (Message sent to the Senate by Julius Caesar after defeating Pharnaces in 47 BCE)||Veni Vidi Vici|
|it is shameful that such reproaches should be cast upon us and that we are unable to meet them with a refutation (Horace)||pudet hæc opprobria nobis et dici potuisse, et non potuisse refelli|
|let the die be cast (Julius Cæsar, as quoted by Suetonius)||iacta alea esto (also, jacta alea esto)|
|let the die be cast (Julius Cæsar, as quoted by Suetonius)||jacta alea esto (or, iacta alea esto)|
|Men gladly believe that which they wish for (Julius Caesar)||Libenter homines id quod volunt credunt.|
|Men readily believe what they want to believe. (Caesar)||Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt|
|no one can cast off his native country or abjure his allegiance to his sovereign||nemo patriam in qua natus est exuere nec ligeantiæ debitum ejurare possit|
|now, all new, his slough cast off, and shining in youth (Virgil)||nunc positis novus exuviis nitidusque juventa|
|rouse your courage, and cast off desponding fear (Virgil)||revocate animos, mœstumque timorem mittite|
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