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BETA Latin-English translation for: to pass with their whole body into another
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Dictionary Latin English: to pass with their whole body into another

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abire [irreg.] in corpus corpore tototo pass with their whole body into another
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compensare [1]to weigh several things with one another
sanus {adj}whole
perpetuus {adj}whole
intritus {adj}whole
plenus {adj}whole
adaptare [1]to modify [to fit (into) sth.]
geogr. Unverified Germaniae {f.pl}whole of Germany
Unverified aes {n} alienummoney of another
volaticus {adj}turning from one to another
labor {m} annuuswhole year's work
Unverified consularis {m}[legate sent by the emperor as governor into a province]
corpus {n}body
se adcommodare [1]to adjust oneself to another's wishes or opinions
Unverified conspiratio {f}body of conspirators
cadaver {n}body [dead body]
tergum {m}body [of an animal]
status {m}mode of holding one's body
status {m}way of holding one's body
abire [irreg.]to pass away
abnoctare [1]to pass the night abroad
contemptim {adv}with contempt
dolenter {adv}with pain
honorifice {adv}with respect
caesim {adv}with cuts
dolenter {adv}with sorrow
plenus {adj}with child
accuratus {adj}with care
compensato {adv}with compensation
angulatus {adj}with corners
acute {adv}with discernment
compensato {adv}with reward
dociliter {adv}with docility
cum {prep} [+abl.]with
Unverified venerabundus {adj}with respect
abstinenter {adv}with restraint
Unverified actuose {adv}with activity
Unverified clamosus {adj}filled with noise
biceps {adj}with two summits
honorifice {adv}with honour [Br.]
honorifice {adv}with honor [Am.]
chem. nitratus {adj}mixed with natron
nivatus {adj}cooled with snow
mil. Unverified armatus {adj}fitted with armor
Unverified clamosus {adj}accompanied with noise
perlibenter {adv}with great pleasure
perinvitus {adj}with great reluctance
bipatens {adj}with double opening
perlubenter {adv}with great pleasure
accubare [1]to recline with
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