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c’est un sot à vingt-quatre caratsHe is an out-and-out fool, an A 1 fool.Rate it:

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c’est un sot en trois lettresHe is a thorough fool.Rate it:

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c’est un vieux loup de merHe is an old sea dog.Rate it:

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c’est une fine moucheHe is a sly dog, a deep one.Rate it:

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c’est une fine mouche (or, lame)He is a cunning fellow, a sly dog. Rate it:

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de fou juge briève (brève) sentenceA fool’s bolt is soon shot.Rate it:

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de sententia aliquem deducere, movereto make a man change his opinion.Rate it:

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de son plein gréOf his own accord.Rate it:

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deadbeat dadA man, especially one who is divorced or estranged from his partner, who fails to provide monetary child support when he is legally required to do so.Rate it:

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deducere aliquem de domoto escort a person from his house.Rate it:

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desk jockeyOne who spends his or her time seated at a desk; especially one who is more concerned with procedure, paperwork, or administration than with its ultimate goal or practical consequence.Rate it:

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deversari apud aliquem (Att. 6. 1. 25)to stop with a person, be his guest for a short time when travelling.Rate it:

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deverti ad aliquem (ad [in] villam)to go to a man's house as his guest.Rate it:

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dies dolorem mitigabittime will assuage his grief.Rate it:

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dis-moi qui tu hantes, je te dirai qui tu esA man is known by his company; Birds of a feather flock together.Rate it:

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do someone a frightenTo frighten someone, especially a dogRate it:

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dogsPlural form of dog.Rate it:

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dolor infixus animo haeret (Phil. 2. 26)grief has struck deep into his soul.Rate it:

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dolorem alicui eripere (Att. 9. 6. 4)to free a person from his pain.Rate it:

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domus patet, aperta est mihiI am always welcome at his house.Rate it:

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donner carte blancheTo give full permission; To grant a person full liberty to act according to his judgment.Rate it:

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dubitationem alicui tollereto relieve a person of his doubts.Rate it:

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e patria exire iubere aliquemto banish a man from his native land.Rate it:

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each to their ownAlternative form of each to his ownRate it:

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eat your wordsA reminder that if one misspeaks, missquotes, carelessly asserts irresponsibly, one may have to consume his own words.Rate it:

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elle lui a tiré les cartesShe told his fortune (by cards).Rate it:

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en este mundo traidor, nada es verdad ni nada e mentira, todo es del color, del cristal atraves delPeople see what is happening in the world or around him, according to his convenience.Rate it:

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en mathématiques il est sur son terrainHe is quite in his element at mathematics.Rate it:

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entre chien et loupbetween a dog and a wolf.Rate it:

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erranti viam monstrareto direct a person who has lost his way.Rate it:

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et uxor"and the wife" or "and his wife". It is often used in the context of a legal document to include a man's wife in whatever obligation, ownership, etc. the document spells out.Rate it:

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ex illius orationibus ipsae Athenae redolentthere is a flavour of Atticism about his discourse.Rate it:

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faire marcherto fool someone, usually as a jokeRate it:

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fanny aboutTo waste time or fool around; to engage in activity which produces little or no accomplishment.Rate it:

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fart aboutTo waste time, or to fool about.Rate it:

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fart aroundTo waste time, or to fool about.Rate it:

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Faustian bargainAn agreement in which a person abandons his or her spiritual values or moral principles in order to obtain wealth or other benefits.Rate it:

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fidem abrogare, derogare alicuito rob a person of his credit.Rate it:

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fidem alicuius labefactare (Cluent. 60. 194)to make a person waver in his loyalty.Rate it:

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fidem derogare alicuito rob a person of his credit.Rate it:

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Fix Your WagonTo punish someone, to deal someone with annoyance and criticism causing his or her failureRate it:

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Flash in the PanSomething or someone getting success for a brief time, a person failed to maintain his earlier reputationRate it:

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Foam at the MouthTo be extremely furious and uncontrollable much similar to an angry dogRate it:

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forewarned is forearmedAdvance awareness of a situation, especially a risky one, prepares one to deal with it.1863, Charles Reade, Hard Cash, ch. 4:[W]hatever a young gentleman of that age says to you, he says to many other ladies; but your experience is not equal to your sense; so profit by mine . . . forewarned is forearmed.1885, G. A. Henty, Saint George for England, ch. 4:Sometimes, they say, it is wiser to remain in ignorance; at other times forewarned is forearmed.circa 1903, Lucy Maud Montgomery, "Why Mr. Cropper Changed His Mind":"Well, Miss Maxwell, I think it only fair to tell you that you may have trouble with those boys when they do come. Forewarned is forearmed, you know."Rate it:

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fresh off the boatNewly arrived from a foreign place, especially as an immigrant who is still unfamiliar with the customs and language of his or her new environment.Rate it:

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front footThe batsman's foot farthest from his wicket.Rate it:

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fuck aroundTo fool around.Rate it:

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give hostage to fortuneHe was very cautious with his words and gave no hostages to fortune.Rate it:

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give some skinTo greet or congratulate someone by slapping his or her palm; see slap me five.Rate it:

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gladius cervicibus impendeta sword hangs over his neck.Rate it:

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