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Inherent to Medias in Res

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adductus/adducta/adductum, AO Adjective contracted, drawn together, frowning, grave,...
ager, agri [m.] O Noun field, ground, farm, land, estate, park,...
ago, agis, agere C, egi, actusum Verb drive, lead, do, act, pass, spend
atrox, atrocis M Adjective fierce, savage, bloody, heinous, cruel,...
brevis/brevis/breve, AO Adjective short, small, brief
celer/celeris/celere, celeris M Adjective swift, quick, rapid, fast
cognosco, cognoscis, cognoscere C, cognovi, cognitum Verb become acquainted with, learn, recognize, (in...
contineo, contines, continere E, continui, 2um Verb hold together, contain, keep, enclose, restrain
crudelis/crudele, crudelis M Adjective cruel, hardhearted, unmerciful, severe,...
crux, crucis [f.] C Noun crucifix, cross
cupiditas, cupiditatis [f.] C Noun desire, longing, passion, cupidity, avarice
diem agere Phrase not yet translated :(
difficilis/difficile, difficilis M Adjective hard, difficult, troublesome
disco, discis, discere C, didici, discitum Verb learn
exerceo, exerces, exercere E, exercui, exercitum Verb train, discipline, drill
exercitus, exercitus [m.] U Noun army
fortis/forte, fortis M Adjective strong, brave
gladiator, gladiatoris [m.] C Noun gladiator
latus/lata/latum, AO Adjective wide, broad, spacious, extensive
libertas, libertatis [f.] C Noun freedom
natio, nationis [f.] C Noun population
natus, nati [m.] O Noun son, child, children (pl.)
nobilis/nobile, nobilis M Adjective noble, well born, aristocratic, outstanding...
recipio, recipis, recipere M, recepi, receptum Verb take back, regain, admit, receive
se recipere Phrase withdraw, retire, retreat, give up
senatus, senatus [m.] U Noun senate
tempus, temporis [n.] C Noun time, occasion, opportunity
varius/varia/varium, AO Adjective different, various, diverse, changing,...

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