|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: quod me nutrit me destruit|
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|English translation:What/That which nourishes me [also] destroys me|
Nutrit--3rd person singular indicative, nutrio (nourish, feed, etc.)
Destrit--3rd person singular indicative
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What feeds me - makes me harm.
That would be literal translation but as a saying I prefer different words:
"What pleases me (makes me feel good) kills me.
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