DICTUM

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  • Adulterium est ad alterum torum vel uterum accessio.
  • Adulterium non est delictum capitale, quia circa inferiora commititur.
    de] Ehebruch ist kein Kapitalverbrechen, weil es untenherum begangen wird.
  • Adulterium sine dolo malo non committitur.
  • Adulterium sine malo dolo non comittitur.
  • Adulterium.
    es] Adulterio.
  • Adulterous behavior.
  • Aduncos ungues habentes ne alas.
  • Aduprà i cinqui dita.
  • Advance notice.
  • Advance on/to/toward/upon.
  • Advance something to.
  • Advanced in years.
  • Advarsel skal formit des med roes, som citron med zukker, og salat med Olie.
  • Advena fui in terra aliena.
  • Advena tondet anno lanam sub ventre nec armo.
  • Advenae, et pupillo, et viduae non feceritis calumniam.
  • Advenam et pupillum et viduam nolite contristare, neque opprimatis inique.
  • Advenant le prince cesse le magistrat.
  • Adveniat Regnum Tuum.
    Matthäus 6,10).
    de] Dein Reich komme.
    es] Venga Tu Reino.
  • Adveniente die iudicii, non quaeretur a nobis quid legimus, sed quid fecimus.
  • Adveniente die praefixo.
  • Adventitia bona.
  • Adventitia doctrina.
  • Adventures are to the adventurous.
  • Adversa ex secundis, ex adversis secunda nascuntur.
  • Adversa fortuna.
    de] Mit widrigem Geschick.
  • Adversa quae mutuo amici ferunt leviora sunt.
  • Adversa virtute repello.
  • Adversae res admonent religionem.
    de] Unglück erinnert an die Religion.
    Titus Livius
    nl] Tegenspoed spoort aan tot godsdienst.
    en] Adversity reminds men of religion (Livy).
  • Adversae res.
  • Adversante et repugnante natura.
  • Adversante fortuna.
  • Adversante natura.
  • Adversarii clypeum accommodant dorso.
    nl] De vyanden nemen de vlugt
  • Adversário quieto, inimigo dobrado.
  • Adversariorum minae aurigarum scuticae.
  • Adversarius vester diabolus tamquam leo rugiens circuit, quaerens quem devoret.
  • Adversarum impetus rerum viri fortis non vertit animum.
  • Adversis etenim frangi non esse virorum.
  • Adversis musis.
    es] Con escaso talento.
  • Adversis rerum immersabilis undis.
  • Adversity borrows its sharpest sting from impatience.
    Bishop Horne
  • Adversity causes some men to break; others to break records.
    William Arthur Ward
  • Adversity does teach who your real friends are.
    Lois McMaster Bujold
  • ADVERSITY
  • Adversity in immunological doses has its uses; more than that crushes.
    JOHN UPDIKE
  • ADVERSITY
  • Adversity is the first path to Truth.
    BYRON
  • Adversity is the mother (o. school) of wisdom.
  • Adversity is the state in which man most easily becomes acquainted with himself, being especially free of admirers then.
    Samuel Johnson
  • Adversity is the touchstone of friendship.
  • Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not.
    Henry Fielding
  • Adversity makes a man wise(, not rich).
  • Adversity makes strange bedfellows.
  • Adversity makes wise though not rich.
  • ADVERSITY
  • Adversity, if a man is set down to it by degrees, is more supportable with equanimity by most people than any great prosperity arrived at in a single lifetime.
    SAMUEL BUTLER
  • Adverso amne.
    es] Contra la corriente; río arriba.
  • Adverso flumine remigare.
  • Adverso flumine.
    de] Gegen den Strom.
    es] Contra la corriente.
  • Adversum me susurrabant omnes inimici mei.
  • Adversum necessitatem ne di quidem resistunt.
  • Adversum stimulum calces.
    de] Wider den Stachel löcken.
  • Adversus aërem certare.
  • Adversus bonos mores.
  • Adversus deum non oportet contendere.
  • Adversus doli exceptionem non dari replicationem doli.
  • Adversus experimenta pertinaces sumus.
  • Adversus fiscum usucapio non procedit.
  • Adversus fontes fluunt amnes.
  • Adversus hostem aeterna auctoritas esto.
    es] Por esto eterna autoridad contra el enemigo.
  • Adversus hostes necessaria est ira.
  • Adversus hostes nulla praetereunda est occasio.
    de] Den Feinden gegenüber ist keine Gelegenheit zu versäumen.
  • Adversus leonem capra pugnam non ineat.
  • Adversus leonem damae pugnam ineunt.
  • Adversus miseros inhumanus est iocus.
  • Adversus miseros ? inhumanus est jocus.
    en] Jokes directed against the unfortunate are inhumane (Quintilian).
  • Adversus necessitatem ne dii quidem resistunt.
    de] Der Notwendigkeit widerstehen nicht einmal die Götter.
  • Adversus nemini.
    nl] Niemant haaten
  • Adversus numinis decretum nihil valet humana providentia.
  • Adversus omnes alios hostile odium.
    de] Gegen alle anderen feindlicher Hass.
  • Adversus omnes.
  • Adversus periculum naturalis ratio permittit se defendere.
    fr] Face au danger, la raison naturelle permet de se défendre.
  • Adversus solem loqui.
  • Adversus solem ne loquaris, ne videlicet incidas in periculum.
  • Adversus solem ne loquitor.
  • Adversus solem ne loquitor.
    en] Don't speak against the sun.
    es] No hables en contra del sol.
    fr] Ne parle pas contre le Soleil.
  • Adversus stimulos calces iaces.
  • Adversus stimulum calcare, inscitia est.
  • Adverte o/os amigo em sigilo; louva-o em público.
  • Advertidos pelo exemplo, aprendei a justiça e a não menosprezar os deuses.
  • Advertir um velho é o mesmo que medicar um morto.
  • Advertirás o amigo em segredo, e o louvarás em público.
  • Advertise for.
  • ADVERTISING
  • Advertisements are now so numerous that they are very negligently perused, and it is therefore become necessary to gain attention by magnificence of promises, and by eloquences sometimes sublime and sometimes pathetic.
    SAMUEL JOHNSON
  • Advertisements... contain the only truths to be relied on in a newspaper.
    Thomas Jefferson
  • Advertising (o. puffing) is part of the trade.
  • ADVERTISING
  • Advertising in the final analysis should be news. If it is not news it is worthless.
    ADOLPH S. OCHS
  • Advertising is a valuable economic factor because it is the cheapest way of selling goods, particularly if the goods are worthless.
    Sinclair Lewis
  • Advertising is the modern substitute for argument; its function is to make the worse appear the better.
    George Santayana
  • Advertising may be described as the science of arresting the human intelligence long enough to get money from it.
    Stephen Leacock
  • Advesperascit.
    nl] 't word Avond
  • Advice after an evil is done is like medicine after death.
    tü] Araba kırılınca/devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur.
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