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"Look at the bright side" in Latin

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Translate "Asking for a friend" into Latin

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Mea [linguae?] culpa

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What is the Role of "iste" in These Quotes from Cicero?

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Substantive adjectives "Latīna, Graeca" as language names

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A Dirty Little War

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Are “magna” and “maxima” incorrectly translated in these examples? (Seneca Epistula I)

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How to say something is on discount

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Translating a phrase from "The Mandalorian": I can bring you in warm, or I can bring you in cold

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Intonation pattern in Classical Latin that is the same intonation pattern Dora Marquez of Dora the Explorer does at times when she is speaking English

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Is "necesse" an adjective or an adverb

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Satis est: de quadam re aut cuiusdam rei?

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"Wishful thinking" in Latin

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How to parse "in eo quod"?

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"Why this book should cost double in digital format" in Latin

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How can I say “for dummies” in Latin?

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How to express a prayer intention

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The opposing meanings of the word donec?

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Questions for sentences in Phaedrus's «Aesopus Latinus»

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"Mora" in "mora seu permanentia rei in essentia"

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Meaning of “universitas litterarum“?

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Italiānus "native or inhabitant of Italy" - Latin or Macaronicanese?

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ATM in Vatican City: "Inserito scidulam quaeso ut faciundam cognoscas rationem"

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"gerund + genitive" vs "gerund+accusative" ("scribendo epistulas" vs "scribendo epistularum")

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The idea of In versus On in Latin

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Dealing with 2 genitives "The farmer's daughter loves the waters of the forest"

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Question for DE SERMONE COTIDIANO

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What people are considered to be part of "populus"?

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Expressions of contempt or credulity in Latin

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Neolatin and contemporary Latin dictionary