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you have got to be out of it to be in it


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14:34 Sep 18, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: you have got to be out of it to be in it
we have a club for ex-staff members of a company department. i want a latin phrase that means you have to be out of the dept to qualify as a member of the club. failing that something like I hate Insurance.
t cooper

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5 +1exendum est, intrum



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exendum est, intrum

Dear T Cooper,

this is the briefest way to say it; as you say Latin does not need much words :)

Exendum est: You have got to go out (to be out) - Passive periphrastic construction

Intrum: Supinum for "intro" : enter, go in --> "to go in" (final clauses showing one's wishes can be expressed, among other ways, with a single supinum)

Hope it helped :)


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