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tabernacletabernaculum {n}
tablemensa {f}
tablettabuletta {f}
taciturnitytaciturnitas {f}
to takeacceptare [1]
to take a standsubsistere [3]
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 positionsubsistere [3]
to take precautionscavere [2]
to take up quarters for the winterhiemare [1]
to take witnesscontestari [1]
takingpossessio {f}
taking as a childadoptio {f}
talefabula {f}
talenttalentum {n}
talksermo {m}
talkingsermo {m}
talking sharplydicax
tall [person]procerus
talonunguis {m}
tantalum <Ta>tantalum {n} [rec.] <Ta>
TantalusTantalus {m}
targetscopus {m}
to tarrysubsistere [3]
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}
teacher of the art of wrestlingpalaestricus {m}
teamiugum {n}
tearlacrima {f}
to tearrumpere [3]
to tear to piecesdisicere [3]
tearing apartdilaceratio {f}
tearing asunderdiruptio {f}
tearing downdemolitio {f}
tearing in piecesdiscerptio {f}
tearing to piecesdilaceratio {f}
tearing to piecesdiruptio {f}
tears {pl}fletus {m}
teatmamilla {f}
teatpapilla {f}
technetium <Tc>technetium {n} [rec.] <Tc>
tegumenttunica {f}
telephonetelephonum {n} [rec.]
telescopetelescopium {n} [rec.]
televisiontelevisio {f} [rec.]
television seriesseries {f} televisifica [rec.]
to tell off [scold]vituperare [1]
tellurium <Te>tellurium {n} [rec.] <Te>
temerityaudacia {f}
temperaturetemperatio {f}
tempesttempestas {f}
templeinsula {f}
templetemplum {n}
temporal boneos {n} temporale
ten <10>decem [indekl.] <X>
ten at a timedeni
ten eachdeni
ten feet longdecempedalis
ten thousanddecem milia
ten timesdeciens
ten timesdecies
tenacitytenacitas {f}
tendencyinclinatio {f}
tendonnervus {m}
tennessine <Ts>tennessine {n} [rec.] <Ts>
tenortenor {m}
tensioncontentio {f}
tenttabernaculum {n}
tent of the quaestorquaestorium {n}
tenth <10th>decimus
to terminateabire [irreg.]
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