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English-Latin Dictionary: [3]

legere [3]
to read
abigere [3]
to expel
to repel
to steal
to seduce
to rustle
to send off
to send away
to drive off
to drive away
to plunder [cattle]
accipere [3]
to get [receive]
admittere [3]
to admit
to let in
aestimo [3] | aestimare | aestimavi | aestimatum
to value, to rate
algescere [3]
to take coldmed.
to catch coldmed.
to get a coldmed.
to take a coldmed.
to catch a coldmed.
to take a chillmed.
to catch a chillmed.
to contract a coldmed.
amimadvertere [3]
to notice
arguere [3]
to prove
to argue
to allege
to disclose
to blameius
to accuseius
to chargeius
to convictius
ascendere [3]
to climb
aspicere [3]
to look
benedicere [3]
to bless
bibere [3]
to drink
canere [3]
to sing
capere [3]
to seize
to capture
to get [receive]
cedere [3]
to yield
to withdraw
claudere [3]
to shut
to close
to block
cognoscere [3]
to recognize sb./sth.
committere [3]
to commit
compellere [3]
to compel
conquirere [3]
to collect
to seek out
consistere [3]
to stop
consulere [3]
to consult
to reflect [think]
consumere [3]
to eat
to consume
consurgere [3]
to rise
conticescere [3]
to fall silent
contradicere [3]
to object
to gainsay
to dissent
to disagree
to raise an objection
to make a pleaius
to enter caveatius
to put in a caveatius
contrahere [3]
to tighten
coquere [3]
to cook
to ripen
to roast
credere [3]
to mean
decedere [3]
to leave
deprehendere [3]
to discover
derigere [3]
to direct
dicere [3]
to say
to speak
diruere [3]
to destroy
discedere [3]
to take off [coll.] [depart]
disicere [3]
to rout
to ruin
to halve
to divide
to destroy
to scatter
to break up
to disperse
to squander
to frustrate
to tear to pieces
to dash to pieces
to drive apart / asunder
to separate into two halves
dissolvere [3]
to unloose
to dissolve
to annulius
dormire [3]
to sleep
ducere [3]
to lead
to pull
dulcescere [3]
to become sweet
emere [3]
to purchase
evadere [3]
to evade
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