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Dictionarium latino-anglicum

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English-Latin Dictionary: to

next to
apud {prep}
iuxta {prep}
secus {prep}
to accommodate to
accommodare [1]
adcommodare [1]
to adapt to
accommodare [1]
adcommodare [1]
to adjust to
accommodare [1]
adcommodare [1]
to attach to
adalligare [1]
to attain to
adaequare [1]
to attend to
accurare [1]
to bind to
adalligare [1]
to compare to
adaequare [1] [fig.]
to conform to
accommodare [1]
adcommodare [1]
to fasten to
adalligare [1]
to fit to
accorporare [1]
adcorporare [1]
to go to
petere [+acc.] [3]
to have to
debere [2]
to join to
accorporare [1]
adcorporare [1]
to listen to
auscultare [1]
to want (to)
velle [irreg.]
belonging to Mars
Martialis {adj}
due to that
quamobrem {adv}
due to this
quamobrem {adv}
forced to resign
abactus {adj}
relating to Bacchus
Bacchanalis {adj}
relating to beginning
initialis {adj}
right up to
usque ad {prep} [medieval latin]
to apply oneself to
accommodare [1]
to bring to maturity
maturare [1]
to bring water to
adaquare [1]
to come to maturity
maturare [1]
to dash to pieces
disicere [3]
to give to drink
adaquare [1]
to go to bed
cubitum ire [3]
to go to school
ad scholam ire [3]
to incline to something
acclinare [1]
adclinare [1]
to listen to music
musicam auscultare [1]
to make equal to
adaequare [1]
to supply water to
adaquare [1]
to tear to pieces
disicere [3]
to value, to rate
aestimo [3] | aestimare | aestimavi | aestimatum
power to command
imperium {n}
belonging to a horse
cantherinus {adj}
fitted to the hand
manualis {adj}
to add to a heap
accumulare [1]
adcumulare [1]
to bring someone to something
adcommodare [1]
to bring something to something
adcommodare [1]
to bring to ill repute
infamare [1]
to put an end to
mittere [3]
to seek to deal with
aucupari [1]
belonging to a public / professional prosecutor
accusatorius {adj}
fit adapt to something else
accommodare [1]
I am not what I used to be
non sum qualis eram
that is given to drink
bibax {adj}
that is to be wished for
desiderabilis {adj}
to fit something to something else
accommodare [1]
adcommodare [1]
to adapt something to something else
adcommodare [1]
to adjust myself to another's wishes or opinions
adcommodare [1]
to bring someone or something to something
accommodare [1]
to cause someone to be absent
absentare [1]
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