I have a short audio sample in Latin, but cannot make it out.
Can anyone provide a transcription and translation of what it says?
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It seems pretty clear to me that the recording says:
militaribus viris incredulitate
This exact word sequence does not occur in any corpus I can find, and is meaningless outside of its grammatical context. Here's a sample sentence I came up with that could use that word sequence:
Unus ex militaribus viris incredulitate demersus fugit.
One of the soldiers, overwhelemed with disbelief, fled.
It sounds to me like it's saying militaribus avidis incredulitate. A quick Google search doesn't show me any hits for anything important, so maybe I'm mishearing, or maybe it's nothing really at all.
It's a little ambiguous without context, but it means something like "with soldiers eager with disbelief." The last word is post-classical, so if it does come from something, it's not from ancient Rome.