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Dictionary Latin English: off

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VERB  to off | offed | offed ... 
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praecisus {adj}broken off
praecisus {adj}cut off
abactus {adj}driven off
obsoletus {adj}thrown off
praecisus {adj}torn off
2 Words: Verbs
abbreviare [1]to break off
praecidere [3]to break off
rapere [3]to carry off
reportare [1]to carry off
praecidere [3]to cut off
abigere [3]to drive off
abire [irreg.]to go off
abire [irreg.]to leave off
deradere [3]to rub off
deradere [3]to scrape off
abigere [3]to send off
ablegare [1]to send off [on a mission]
deradere [3]to shave off
deradere [3]to smooth off
abnatare [1]to swim off
abire [irreg.]to take off [coll.] [depart]
discedere [3]to take off [coll.] [depart]
vituperare [1]to tell off [scold]
2 Words: Nouns
deductio {f}conducting off
depulsio {f}driving off
deductio {f}leading off
dilatio {f}putting off
depulsio {f}warding off
3 Words: Verbs
abnodare [1]to cut off knots
5+ Words: Others
perlonge {adv}a very long way off
5+ Words: Nouns
praecisum {n}piece of meat cut off
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