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|English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: inside fallen, behind the pure|
|It's for something I am writing but I need to know the Latin translation. If you know and would take the time to mail me, I would appreciate it. Thank you, Mike|
|Latin translation:in perdito, post probum sum|
in perdito = inside the fallen (human being)
post probum = behind the pure (human being)
sum = I am
your context is skimpy and Latin is a very precise language. I assumed the context is moral (fallen/pure) and it refers to human beings. I used the masculine form.
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|Thank you for the translation, I was refering to a "moral context" so It's very helpful. I appreciate it.|
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