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apertura

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

ăpertūra: ae, f. aperio (only post Aug.).
I An opening (abstr.), Vitr. 4, 6 fin.; Dig. 28, 5, 3.—
II An opening (concr.), aperture, a hole, Vitr. 5, 5; so id. 10, 9: Vulg. Amos, 4, 3; 9, 11.

Latin > French (Gaffiot 2016)

ăpertūra, æ, f. (aperio),
1 ouverture : Dig. 28, 5, 3 ; Vitr. Arch. 4, 4, 6
2 ouverture, trou : Vitr. Arch. 5, 5, 1, etc.

Latin > German (Georges)

apertūra, ae, f. (aperio), I) die Öffnung, Eröffnung, Ulp. dig. 28, 5, 3. § 4: Plur., aperturas habere in exteriores partes, nach außen aufgehen (v. Türflügeln), Vitr. 4, 4, 6. – II) meton., die Öffnung, Luke, das Loch, Plur., Vitr. 5, 5, 1; 10, 4, 2. Veget. mul. 2, 48, 3; 2, 56, 1. Vulg. Amos 4, 3 u. 9, 11.

Spanish > Greek

apertura = ἀνάπτυξις, διάκοπος, ἀποστόμωσις, ἀνατομή, ἄνοιξις, ἀνοιγή, ἐξάνοιξις, ἀναστόμωσις, ἐκπέτασις, διάνοιξις, διακοπή, διάστημα, διαχάλασις, διάστασις, ἀναστολή

Latin > English

apertura aperturae N F :: act of opening; opening (will); an opening, aperture, hole