All Languages    |   EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   PT   NL   HU   FI   LA   ES   BG   HR   NO   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   EL   |   SK   FR   HU   PL   NL   SQ   ES   IS   RU   SV   NO   FI   IT   CS   DA   PT   HR   BG   RO   |   more ...

Dictionarium latino-anglicum

BETA Latin-English translation for: on the contrary
 
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|About/Extras|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!

on the contrary in other languages:

Deutsch - Englisch
English - Albanian
English - Bosnian
English - Croatian
English - Czech
English - Danish
English - Dutch
English - French
English - Hungarian
English - Italian
English - Latin
English - Norwegian
English - Polish
English - Portuguese
English - Romanian
English - Russian
English - Slovak
English - Spanish
English - Swedish
Add to ...
BETA! This vocabulary is currently being built up from scratch. We need your help: Please review or record entries!

Dictionary Latin English: on the contrary

Translation 1 - 72 of 72

LatinEnglish
SYNO   contrarily | contrariwise ... 
Unverified rursus {adv}on the contrary
Partial Matches
Unverified rursus {adv}on the other hand
de {prep}on
adventare [1]to come on
accommodare [1]to hang on
Unverified adcommodare [1]to hang on
accommodare [1]to lay on
Unverified adcommodare [1]to lay on
accommodare [1]to put on
adcommodare [1]to put on
accubare [1]to recline on
Unverified compensare [1]to weigh (on)
Unverified vita proceditlife goes on
Unverified quam ob rem {adv}on that account
Unverified quamobrem {adv}on that account
abiurare [1]to deny on oath
acclinare [1]to lean on something
adclinare [1]to lean on something
acclinare [1]to rest on something
Unverified adclinare [1]to rest on something
Unverified quam ob rem {adv}on account of this
Unverified quamobrem {adv}on account of this
ablocare [1]to let out on hire
cit. Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit. [Virgil]Perhaps someday we will look back on these things with joy.
litt. cancer {m} [fig.]the South
ad sinistram {adv}to the left
ad dextramto the right
litt. cancer {n}the South [Ovid]
Unverified usque {adv} [not comparable]all the way
Cave canem!Beware the dog!
ab initio {adv}from the beginning
a dextra {adv}from the right
Unverified vespertino {adv}in the evening
anat. pulmoneus {adj}of the lungs
geogr. Unverified erythraeum mare {n}the Red Sea
geogr. Unverified rubrum mare {n}the Red Sea
Mea ratio debiti, quaeso!The bill please! [Br.]
mane {adv}(early) in the morning
anat. Unverified subalaris {adj}carrying under the arm
manualis {adj}fitted to the hand
Unverified perendiethe day after tomorrow
nudius tertius {adv}the day before yesterday
Unverified void ab initiovoid from the start
Unverified vortex {m}crown of the head
anat. Unverified auricilla {f}lobe of the ear
Unverified Semper et ubique idemAlways and everywhere the same
Punicanus {adj}made in the Punic manner
Punicanus {adj}made in the Punic style
bacchari [1]to celebrate the festival of Bacchus
bicorniger {m}the two-horned [epithet of Bacchus]
Fames artium magistra.Hunger is the teacher of skills.
relig. Unverified Sit vis tecum!May the force be with you!
Unverified cum diabolus cogit necessitas cogit,needs must when the devil drives
bacchabundus {adj}revelling in the manner of Bacchantes
Unverified bacchatim {adv}riotously in the manner of Bacchantes
ab aeternosince the beginning of the time
Dosis (sola) facit venenum.The dose (alone) makes the poison.
Unverified abnoctare [1]to pass the night abroad from home
ablaqueare [1]to loosen the soil around a tree
abnoctare [1]to spend the night abroad from home
adoptaticius {adj}received in the place of a child
bacchabundus {adj}reveling in the manner of Bacchantes [Am.]
Unverified Sic transit gloria mundi.Thus passes the glory of the world.
accumulare [1]to heap up earth around the roots of plants
adcumulare [1]to heap up earth around the roots of plants
Unverified Bacchanal {n}shrine where the rites of Bacchus were celebrated
Unverified Bacchanal {n}site where the rites of Bacchus were celebrated
Unverified O quam cito transit gloria mundi.How quickly the glory of the world passes away.
ius Non sub homine, sed sub Deo et legeNot under man, but under God and the law
F Harrius Potter et Philosophi LapisHarry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone [Br.] [J. K. Rowling]
Unverified abacinare [1]remove the power of sight [especially by using a red-hot iron rod or basin]
Unverified quanto ... tantothe ... the [e.g. the bigger the better]
 
Feel free to link to this translation! Permanent link: https://enla.dict.cc/?s=on+the+contrary
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!
Search time: 0.053 sec

 

Contribute to the Dictionary: Add a Translation

Do you know English-Latin translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

To avoid spam or junk postings you will be asked to log in
or specify your e-mail address after you submit this form.
more...
English more...
Word Class more...
Subject
Comment
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2020 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
Latin-English online dictionary (Dictionarium latino-anglicum) developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers
Advertisement