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advise

suadeo-ere, suasi, suasus/ monere

2

caution

diligentia-ae. F

3

hostage

Captivus-i: M
Obses-idis: C

4

to be on guard, keep watch

cubias/custodias agere

5

determination

constantia-ae. F

6

on this side of

citra (acc.)

7

EXHORT

hortor, hortari, hortatus sum

8

prayers

preces -um. F (pl.)

9

betray

prodo-ere-didi-ditus

10

throw away

abjicio-ere-jeci-jectus

11

plunder (verb)

vastare; diripio-ere-ripui-reptus; spoliare

12

plunder (noun)

praeda-ae. F

13

to storm (a city)

expugnare

14

again

rursus

15

again (a second time_

iterum

16

off their guard

incautos

17

infantry

peditatus-us M. --pedites-um M,pl

18

intend, to

in animo habere

19

intend, I

mihi in animo est

20

send away/out

dimitto-ere, dimisi, dimissum

21

in the evening

vesperi

22

towards evening

sub vesperi

23

late at night

multa nocte

24

till late in the night

ad multam noctem

25

what news

quid novi

26

regiment

cohors-rtis. F

27

cross

transeo-ire-ii-itus

28

to make a difference

interesse/referre

29

price

pretium -i. N

30

low price

vili

31

to help

iuvare, succurrere, subvenire

32

to be a help

auxilio, subsidio esse

33

show oneself

se praebeo-ere-ui-itus

34

immediatly

statim

35

to be wrong

errar, erro, errando (past participle)

36

on purpose

consulto, de industria

37

on purpose to

eo consilio ut

38

for the purpose of

causa + genitive

39

for this purpose

ad hoc

40

restrain

tempero-are-avi-atus

41

burden

onus, oneris. N

42

blame

culpo-are-avi-atus

43

to raise a siege

relinquo obsidionem, obsidione desisto,

44

reinforcements

supplementum-i N. novae capiae-arum F.pl

45

take up arms

arma sumo-ere, sumpsi, sumptum

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to condemn to death

capitis damnare

47

to the death

usque ad mortem

48

to face death

mortem obeo

49

mock

irrideo-ere-risi-risum

50

perhaps

forsitan

51

waste time

tempus tero-ere, trivi, tritum

52

catch up

consequor-i-secutus sum

53

keep

conservo (1)

54

conspirator

coniuratus-i. m

55

gather

colligo-ere-legi-lectum

56

lead aside

deducere

57

in time

ad tempus

58

stand for the consulship

consulatum peto

59

stealthily

furtim

60

deserter

transfuga-ae. m
perfuga-ae. m

61

entice

elicio-ere-licui-licitum

62

refuse

nolo, recuso (1)

63

surround, circle

cingo-ere, cinxi, cinctum

64

reach

pervenio-ire

65

holding conference

colloquor

66

battle

proelium-i. n

67

summon

arcesso

68

withdraw, retreat

se recipere, pedem referre

69

so often, so many times

totiens

70

such

talis-e

71

then, next

deinde

72

upright

probus-a-um

73

for only a brief period

paulisper

74

to go

ire, se conferre

75

daily

cotidie

76

since, ago

abhinc

77

Obtain, acquire

Potior-iri-itus sum

78

Duty

Officium-i N

79

Need (no more need of a ship)

Opus-eris N

80

too much, too little, enough, some

too much, too little, enough, some

81

besiege

obsideo-ere-sidi, obsessum

82

at a low price (cheap, inexpensive)

vilis-e

83

cost

sto, stare, steti, status

84

farm

fundus-i m

85

confidence

fiducia-ae F

86

Both

uterque, utraquem utrumque

87

an expression of nothingness

Floccus-i M (tuft/wisp of wool)

88

waste

tero-ere, trivi, tritum

89

The best soldiers

optimi

90

surrender (themselves)

se dedo

91

most

plerique-ae-a

92

show

praesto-are-steti-status

93

but not

neque

94

to be informed/told, to hear

certior fieri

95

sunset

occasum solis

96

to block

obstuo-ere-struxi-structus

97

cut down, fall under

succido-ere-idi

98

any superior officer

tribunus militum

99

power, ability, control, dominion

potestas-atis F

100

press on

insto-are-stiti-statum

101

take part in

intersum-esse-fui

102

meet

obviam eo + DAT

103

fit for

idoneus ad

104

address

alloquor-i-locutus sum

105

approve

probo (1)

106

effort

conatus-us, labor-oris

107

waste time

tempus tero, trivi, tritum

108

whereupon

quo facto

109

possible

facere/fieri possum, posse, potui

110

we shall not prosper

non rem prospere geremus (we shall not wage this matter prosperously)

111

fugitive

transfuga-ae f