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Οὐδ' ἄμμε διακρινέει φιλότητος ἄλλο, πάρος θάνατόν γε μεμορμένον ἀμφικαλύψαι → Nor will anything else divide us from our love before the fate of death enshrouds us
Apollonius of Rhodes, Argonautica 3.1129f.

English > Greek (Woodhouse)

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substantive

P. and V. ζημία, ἡ, Ar. and P. ἐπιβολή, ἡ, P. ὄφλημα, τό.

in fine: P. and V. ἁπλῶς, P. συνελόντι, τὸ κεφάλαιον.

verb transitive

P. and V. ζημιοῦν, P. χρήμασι ζημιοῦν.

they fined him fifty talents: P. πεντήκοντα ἐπράξαντο τάλαντα (Dem. 429).

be fined ten talents: P. τάλαντα δέκα ὀφλισκάνειν (Dem. 431).

adjective

thin, delicate: P. and V. λεπτός.

pure (of gold) . P. ἄπεφθος.

handsome: P. and V. καλός, εὐπρεπής; see beautiful.

splendid: P. and V. λαμπρός.

well-grown: P. and V. εὐτραφής.

elegant: Ar. and P. χαρίεις.

of weather: P. εὔδιος (Xen.).

fine weather: P. εὐδία, ἡ.

ironically: P. and V. χρηστός.

all else is vaunting and fine talk: V. τὰ δ' ἄλλα κόμποι καὶ λόγων εὐμορφίαι (Euripides, Cyclops 3I7).

fine words: P. εὐφημία, ἡ (Dem. 356).

specious: P. and V. εὔλογος, εὐπρεπής; see specious.

Latin > French (Gaffiot 2016)

fīne¹⁶ ou fīnī, employé c. préposition, v. finis, § 1 fin.

Latin > English

fine PREP ABL :: up to