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wbyceiydbo
We'll buy your car even if you don't buy ours.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
to trump
To pass wind, particularly loudly
added by anonymous
5 months ago
split second
To happen very quickly (typically in less than a second)
added by anonymous
5 months ago
for peat sake
expresses exasperation/ alternative: for fuck sake
added by anonymous
5 months ago
seeing in day light
usually also, with a surprise mark at the end of the idiom, it is a suffix or a prefix about events, which are surprising, happened or while happening, expressing the teller, astonishment.
added by bridgit
5 months ago
to dog fly
to be having a fine only progress
added by bridgit
5 months ago
to be faced down
to be finished
added by bridgit
5 months ago
mi clugs fair whistled
Running that fast in clogs
added by anonymous
5 months ago
sed manum de tabula!
but enough!
added by anonymous
5 months ago
macte virtute (esto or te esse iubeo)
good luck to you.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
optimo iure (cf. summo iure, sect. XV. 1).
legitimately; with the fullest right.
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5 months ago
iustissime, rectissime
legitimately; with the fullest right.
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5 months ago
iusto iure
with perfect right.
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5 months ago
meo (tuo, suo) iure
with perfect right.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
neque id immerito (iniuria)
and rightly too.
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5 months ago
neque immerito (iniuria)
and rightly too.
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5 months ago
recte, iure id quidem
quite rightly.
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5 months ago
et recte (iure) quidem
quite rightly.
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5 months ago
et recte (iure, merito)
quite rightly.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
neque id mirum est or videri debet
there is nothing strange in that.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
nec mirum, minime mirum (id quidem), quid mirum?
no wonder.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
res ita (aliter) se habet
the matter stands so (otherwise).
added by anonymous
5 months ago
ita res est
it is so.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
ita prorsus existimo
that is exactly what I think.
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5 months ago
rem acu tetigisti
you have hit the nail on the head.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
per me licet
I have no objection.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
mihi crede (not crede mihi)
believe me.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
clarius loquere
speak up, please.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
monstra dicis, narras
it is incredible.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
male (opp. bene) narras (de)
I am sorry to hear...
added by anonymous
5 months ago
quorsum haec (dicis)?
what do you mean?
added by anonymous
5 months ago
nonne?
is it not so?
added by anonymous
5 months ago
ain tu?
do you think so? are you in earnest?
added by anonymous
5 months ago
audio, fateor
I admit it, say on.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
est istuc quidem aliquid
there is something in what you say; you are more or less right.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
aliquid (τι) dicis (opp. nihil dicis)
there is something in what you say; you are more or less right.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
sed hoc nihil (sane) ad rem
but this is not to the point.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
documento, indicio est (without demonstr. pron. but cui rei documento, indicio est)
this shows, proves...
added by anonymous
5 months ago
testis est, testatur, declarat
this shows, proves...
added by anonymous
5 months ago
quod maius est
what is more important.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
quod caput est
the main point.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
id quod maximum, gravissimum est
the main point.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
si quaeris, si verum quaerimus
to put it exactly.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
exstat atque eminet
it is quite manifest.
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5 months ago
apparet et exstat
it is quite manifest.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
inde patet, appāret
from this it appears, is apparent.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
ex quo perspicuum est
from this it appears, is apparent.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
ex quo intellegitur or intellegi potest, debet
from this it appears, is apparent.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
hoc sua sponte appāret
that is self-evident, goes without saying.
added by anonymous
5 months ago
hoc per se intellegitur
that is self-evident, goes without saying.
added by anonymous
5 months ago

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