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English-Latin Dictionary: with

with
cum {prep} [+abl.]
with activity
actuose {adv}
with care
accuratus {adj}
with child
plenus {adj}
with compensation
compensato {adv}
with contempt
contemptim {adv}
with corners
angulatus {adj}
with cuts
caesim {adv}
with discernment
acute {adv}
with docility
dociliter {adv}
with honor [Am.]
honorifice {adv}
with honour [Br.]
honorifice {adv}
with pain
dolenter {adv}
with respect
honorifice {adv}
venerabundus {adj}
with restraint
abstinenter {adv}
with reward
compensato {adv}
with sorrow
dolenter {adv}
to compare with
adaequare [1] [fig.]
to comply with
accommodare [1]
adcommodare [1]
to level with
adaequare [1]
to recline with
accubare [1]
accompanied with clamor [Am.]
clamosus {adj}
accompanied with clamour [Br.]
clamosus {adj}
accompanied with noise
clamosus {adj}
alive with joy
gaudivigens {adj}
coated with wax [postpos.]
ceratus {adj}
cooled with snow
nivatus {adj}
covered with bars
cancellosus {adj}
covered with grass
gramineus {adj}
covered with hair
caesariatus {adj}
drunk with wine
vinosus {adj}oenol.
embroidered with gold [postpos.]
auriphrygius {adj}
auriphrygiatus {adj}
filled with clamor [Am.]
clamosus {adj}
filled with clamour [Br.]
clamosus {adj}
filled with noise
clamosus {adj}
fitted with armor
armatus {adj}mil.
furnished with bedchambers
cubiculatus {adj}
furnished with socci
soccatus {adj}
mixed with natron
nitratus {adj}chem.
painted with purpurissum
purpurissatus {adj}
pale with fright
pallidus {adj}
provided with victims
hostiatus {adj}
resounding with arms
armisonus {adj}
set with pearls [postpos.]
bacatus {adj}
with dilated veins
varicosus {adj}
with double opening
bipatens {adj}
with great labor
operose {adv}
with great pains
operose {adv}
with great pleasure
perlubenter {adv}
perlibenter {adv}
with great reluctance
perinvitus {adj}
with large clusters
bumammus {adj}
with much difficulty
permoleste {adv}
with much trouble
permoleste {adv}
with six angles
sexangulus {adj}
with the edge
caesim {adv}
with the roots
radicitus {adv}
with two keys
bilinguis {adj} [tibiae]
with two summits
biceps {adj}
to endow with existence
creare [1]
to find fault with
accusare [1]
accussare [1]
fight with beasts
ludus {m} bestiarius
adorned with pendent ribbons
lemniscatus {adj}
armed with a dart
verutus {adj}
armed with a javelin
verutus {adj}
blinking with the eyes
paetus {adj}
covered with a gausapa
gausapatus {adj}vest.
covered with a hood
palliolatus {adj}
covered with a railing
cancellosus {adj}
furnished with a handle
ansatus {adj}
furnished with long sleeves
manuleatus {adj}vest.
furnished with state-rooms
cubiculatus {adj}
having power with one
compotens {adj}
polished with a tooth
dentatus {adj}
ruling with the trident
tridentipotens {adj}
skilful with the bow [Br.]
arcipotens {adj}
arquipotens {adj}
skilful with the plectrum [Br.]
plectripotens {adj}
skillful with the bow [Am.]
arcipotens {adj}
arquipotens {adj}
skillful with the plectrum [Am.]
plectripotens {adj}
winking with the eyes
paetus {adj}
with a filthy beard
illutibarbus {adj}
with a hundred arms
centumgeminus {adj}
with a hundred hands
centimanus {adj}
with a military cloak
paludatus {adj}
with all one's heart
toto pectore {adv}
to approve with loud cries
acclamare [1]
to be sick with desire
pallere [2]
to charge with a crime
accussare [1]
accusare [1]ius
to do something with care
accurare [1]
to imbue with healing power
medicare [1]
to seek to deal with
aucupari [1]
animals with cloven feet
bisulca {n.pl}
blow with the fist
colaphus {m}
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