English Phrases

Here is a list of some phrases in English with their Latin equivalents meant to showcase how the English sentence looks like in Latin.

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There are currently 184 phrases.

You can never take her away from me!


Give the statue to me, now!


We will give nonexistent money to him since that man is greedy.


I come from the fields.


Cicero will speak in two hours.


I am and will always be the angriest of all people to exist!


Every heart bears a secret within itself, but it is these secrets that define us and how we live in this world.


My brother sleeps for a very long time.


I am tired of school.


We will rejoice all summer.


Jane has three dogs to whom she gives much care.


With the slave having been accused, the master left.


Concern wraps around my mind as I sit in my chair.


Happy Birthday!


With the boy wanting to give the girl some roses, the father endured having been persuaded to allow this.


While Caesar was alive, Horus did not go to Rome.


My sister use to wash me because of my youth, but I can now wash myself.


To love money is bad and can lead you to a worse life.


Trax doesn't want to want.


What is there to fear than fear itself?


In Italy, when madness was ruling, several senators marched into ships.


David said that he had secretly gone with Sylvia to the temple because he had wanted to marry her.


I love the song that my friend has made.


I cannot hear you.


What will you buy?


Eucleides says that school is the best.


It is allowed for you to cry at funerals.


Was the officer in charge of the legion?


In one month, I will ask Janet, "Did you cook the cow for two or three hours?"


To be or not to be.


The angry Jack said to his foolish friend, "You are loving that girl, Max? She is a very horrible girl whom you love!"


That is a rather large book which you are reading.


I heard that you would wander in the garden.


When Claudius and Cato were consuls, the pursuing Gallians being led by Vercingetorix were repulsed by the Roman soldiers, with Caeser leading.


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