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Dictionary Latin English: with

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cum {prep} [+abl.]with
2 Words
accuratus {adj}with care
contemptim {adv}with contempt
Unverified acute {adv}with discernment
abstinenter {adv}with restraint
adaequare [1] [fig.]to compare with
accommodare [1]to comply with
adcommodare [1]to comply with
adaequare [1]to level with
accubare [1]to recline with
3 Words
ceratus {adj}coated with wax [postpos.]
auriphrygiatus {adj}embroidered with gold [postpos.]
auriphrygius {adj}embroidered with gold [postpos.]
Unverified purpurissatus {adj}painted with purpurissum
bacatus {adj}set with pearls [postpos.]
Unverified radicitus {adv}with the roots
bicips {adj}with two summits
accusare [1]to find fault with
accussare [1]to find fault with
4 Words
paludatus {adj}with a military cloak
toto pectore {adv}with all one's heart
acclamare [1]to approve with loud cries
ius accusare [1]to charge with a crime
accussare [1]to charge with a crime
accurare [1]to do something with care
aucupari [1]to seek to deal with
5+ Words
cit. Nec possum tecum vivere, nec sine te. [Marcus Valerius Martialis]I can neither live with you nor without you.
relig. Unverified Sit vis tecum!May the force be with you!
cit. Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit. [Virgil]Perhaps someday we will look back on these things with joy.
Unverified abire [irreg.] in corpus corpore tototo pass with their whole body into another
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