EUdict dictionary: Latin - English

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    kairon gnothi 1. from day to day; (d. leneşi) come day, go day. 2. fig. (a trăi etc.) from hand to mouth. asum pomminsirpale gilde flawless banalny Pranced assuming a false name Folie 2 (f.) (mit Text- und/oder Bildinformationen zur Overjeadprojektion) poreclit ponašati se 1. corn. to act a cashier; to keep the cash; to handle the money. 2. (a întreţine) to keep the pot boiling/on the boil; 3. (a face menajul) to keep house for smb.; to do for smb. مزاملة, مصادقة, مرافقة = تزامل, تصادق, ترافق جمعية أتحاد ، رابطة شئ مترابط فى الذاكرة أو الخيال تداعى المعنى أو الخواطر و الافكار Liebhaber (n.) oznake pruritus onvertogen hospicij kuolinilmoitus engourdir Illusion adaptieren 1. as early as (in); as far back as (in); yet in (the 17th century, etc.) 2. (până acum) amer. way back in...; ever since (the 23rd of August). tobikiri soil ippiki Score report dry fruit tart instruction (to subordinate) fraudulent maggu prohibitivan עבתנ רבד 1. a slap/a smack in the face (of smb.). 2. fig. şi a slight; an insult; a terrible outrage (for smb.). unusable cârlig cu clichet patti snelkookpan aljkavo كثافة ازدحام بلاها tíbagan ng uling; kálakalan ng uling confirmed niyoru テキストスライド (in Greek Mythology) one of the three Gorgons that had snakes for hair and everyone who looked at them was turned to stone; marine animal in the shape of a jellyfish that has long thin stinging appendages valta-akseli parafusar puristica idioma