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EnglishLatin
rabblevulgus {n}
rabidrabiosus
racialphyleticus [rec.]
radiancefulgor {m}
radiantradiatus
to radiate lightradiare [1]
radiatingradiatus
radiation therapyradiotherapia {f} [rec.]
radioradiophonum {n} [rec.]
radioactiveradioactivus [rec.]
radiographradiographia {f} [rec.]
radiotherapyradiotherapia {f} [rec.]
rag cushioncento {m}
to rageaestuare [1]
ragefuror {m}
ragingrabidus
ragingsaevus
raillerycavillatio {f}
rainimber {m}
rainpluvia {f}
to raise a cry atacclamare [1]
to raise a cry atadclamare [1]
to raise an objectioncontradicere [3]
rampartpropugnaculum {n}
rampartvallum {n}
rankdignitas {f}
rapidrapidus
rapidityceleritas {f}
rarerarus
rarenessnovitas {f}
rashlyaudaciter
rashnesstemeritas {f}
rasinuva passa
to rateadaerare [1]
rather furiousrabiosulus
rationalsapiens
ravagerdepopulator {m}
to ravebacchari [1]
ravingbacchabundus
ravingrabiosus
to reach by equallingadaequare [1]
to readlegere [3]
readinglectio {f}
realverus
realisation [Br.]perspicientia {f}
reallyprofecto
reallyvere
reallyvero
realmimperium {n}
realmregnum {n}
reartergum {n}
reasoncausa {f}
rebukeaccusatio {f}
rebukecorreptio {f}
rebukeincrepatio {f}
rebukeobiurgatio {f}
to recallabrogare [1]
receiptapocha {f}
to receiveacceptare [1]
received in the place of a childadoptaticius
receiveracceptor {m}
receiver [female]acceptrix {f}
receivingacceptio {f}
recentlynuper
recklessnessaudacia {f}
to reckonputare [1]
reckonednumeratus
to recline at tableaccubare [1]
to recline byaccubare [1]
to recline nearaccubare [1]
to recline onaccubare [1]
to recline withaccubare [1]
to recognize sb./sth.cognoscere [3]
recoilingabhorrens
recollectionrecordatio {f}
recompense [monetary]merces {f}
recurringrecidivus
redruber
redrufus
red-hot plateslaminae {f.pl} ardentes
redemptionredemptio {f}
rednessrubor {m}
to reduceredigere [3]
to reflect [think]consulere [3]
refugerefugium {n}
refugesuffugium {n}
to refuseabdicare [1]
to refuseabiudicare [1]
to refuseabnegare [1]
to refuseabnutare [1]
to refuse reproachfullyabiurgare [1]
to regardexaudire [4]
regardhonos {m}
regionregio {f}
regularordinarius
to reignregnare [1]
reign of violencetyrannis {f}
reinfrenum {n}
reins [archaic]rienes {m}
reiteratedingeminatus
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