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SALVETE VOC 29

Vocabulaire de la leçon 29 de Salvete de Scodel

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adsum, ades, adesse, adfui être là, être présent
adesse (+ dat.) assister (à qqch); assister (qqn)
Consul pugnae adfuit. Le consul a assisté au combat.
Puella fratri semper adest. La jeune fille assiste toujours son frère.
Caesar, aris m. César
Cicero, onis m. Cicéron
desum, dees, deesse, defui (+ dat.) manquer (à), faire défaut (à), abandonner
facio, is, ere, feci, factum faire; rendre
filiam laetam facere rendre sa fille joyeuse
fortiter (adv.) courageusement
habeo, es, ere, ui, itum avoir, posséder; tenir pour, considérer comme
laborem gravem habere considérer le travail comme pénible
laete (adv.) joyeusement
non solum... sed etiam... non seulement... mais aussi/encore...
postquam (subordonnant) après que
Pedes, postquam pecuniam accepit, domum rediit., Après avoir reçu de l'argent (après qu'il eut reçu de l'argent) le fantassin retourna chez lui.
res publica, rei publicae f. affaires publiques, État, république
respublica, reipublicae f. politique
tot... quot... (indéclinable) aussi nombreux que..., autant (de)... que (de)...
verba facere parler
multa verba facere parler beaucoup/abondamment
pauca verba facere parler peu
vinco, is, ere, vici, victum vaincre, être vainqueur
Created by: claudeline