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Dictionary Latin English: At

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at {conj}but
chem. astatium {n} [rec.] <At>astatine <At>
geogr. Austria {f} [mdv.]Austria <.at>
2 Words: Others
parabilis {adj}at hand
domi {adv}at home
postremo {adv}at last
dumtaxat {adv}at least
saltem {adv}at least
media nocte {adv}at midnight
nunc {adv}at present
2 Words: Verbs
respicere [3]to gaze at
accubare [1]to lie at
respicere [3]to look at
acclamare [1]to shout at
3 Words: Others
nullo non tempore {adv}at all times
plenus {adj}at full length
quondam {adv}at one time
nunc {adv}at this time
nihil sane {adv}nothing at all
3 Words: Verbs
accubare [1]to recline at table
3 Words: Nouns
accusator {m}prosecutor (at trial)
4 Words: Others
in ipso articulo {adv}at the fit moment
octonieight at a time
quaternifour at a time
deniten at a time
4 Words: Verbs
ablegare [1]to keep at a distance
acclamare [1]to raise a cry at
adclamare [1]to raise a cry at
abstare [1]to stand at a distance
4 Words: Nouns
vest. vestimenta {n.pl} cubitoriaclothing worn at table
strategus {m}president at a banquet
strategus {m}presider at a banquet
5+ Words: Others
in ipso articulo temporis {adv}at the most critical moment
in ipso articulo {adv}at the nick of time
5+ Words: Nouns
conversio {f}repetition of the same word at the end of a clause
Fiction (Literature and Film)
F Navis actuaria ObeligisAsterix and Obelix All at Sea
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