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EnglishLatin
tabernacletabernaculum {n}
tablemensa {f}
tabletcompressum {n}
tablettabuletta {f}
to takeacceptare [1]
to take awayabiurgare [1]
to take awayabrogare [1]
to take awayamovere [2]
to take awayremovere [2]
to take away by a judicial sentenceabiudicare [1]
to take care ofaccurare [1]
to take defensive actioncavere [2]
to take off [coll.] [depart]abire [irreg.]
to take off [coll.] [depart]discedere [3]
to take precautionscavere [2]
talefabula {f}
talenttalentum {n}
talkativeargutus
talonunguis {m}
targetscopus {m}
to tastedegustare [1]
to tastegustare [1]
tastegustus {m}
tastesapor {m}
taverncaupona {f}
taverntaberna {f}
taxvectigal {n}
teathea {f} [rec.]
to teachdocere [2]
to teachpraecipere [3]
teachermagister {m}
tearlacrima {f}
to tearrumpere [3]
to tear to piecesdisicere [3]
tearsfletus {m}
teatpapilla {f}
tegumenttegimentum {n}
telephonetelephonum {n} [rec.]
telescopetelescopium {n}
televisiontelevisio {f} [rec.]
television seriesseries {f} televisifica [rec.]
to tell off [scold]vituperare [1]
temerityaudacia {f}
temperaturetemperatio {f}
templetemplum {n}
temporarytemporalis
tendecem [indecl.]
tendencyinclinatio {f}
tendernovellus
tenderpius
tendonnervus {m}
tenfolddecemplex
tenortenor {m}
tenttabernaculum {n}
to terminateabolere [2]
terrestrialterrenus
terrestrialterrestris
terribleater
terriblehorrendus
terriblehorribilis
terribleterribilis
terrific [coll.] [excellent]egregius
terrific [coll.] [excellent]exquisitus
terrific [coll.] [excellent]praeclarus
terrorterror {m}
terseadductus
tesseraabaculus {m}
testiclecoleus {m}
testicletestis {m}
to testifydeclarare [1]
Thank you!Benigne!
Thank you!Gratias tibi ago.
thankfulgratus
thanksgratia {f}
thanksgivingsupplicatio {f}
thatille
thatillud {n}
that is given to drinkbibax
that is to be wished fordesiderabilis
The bill please! [Br.]Mea ratio debiti, quaeso!
the day after tomorrowperendie
the day before yesterdaynudius tertius
The dose (alone) makes the poison.Dosis (sola) facit venenum.
to the leftad sinistram
the Red Seaerythraeum mare {n}
the Red Searubrum mare {n}
to the rightad dextram
the South [Ovid]cancer {m}
the South [Ovid]cancer {n}
the two-horned [epithet of Bacchus]bicorniger {m}
theatertheatrum {n}
thenigitur
thereibi
thereillic
thereistic
There is no pleasure without pain [Br.]Laetitia sine poena non habet
thereforeergo
thereforeigitur
thickdensus
thickenedincrassatus
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