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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 defense 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
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}
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
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}
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
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
thinrarus
thin slicelamina {f}
thin slicelammina {f}
thin slicelamna {f}
thingres {f}
to thinkcogitare [1]
to thinkputare [1]
thirstybibulus
thirstyieiunus
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