Get the job done

Latin translation: Termina laborem/opus/operam

11:05 Aug 27, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Get the job done
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Kelly Savino
Latin translation:Termina laborem/opus/operam
Explanation:
Dear Kelly,

this is a nice way to put it in Latin. Hope it helps. For your information:

Termina: Imperative for "Get it done!"
Laborem/Opus/Operam: Accusative for "the job"

Best wishes:)

Flavio
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Flavio Ferri-Benedetti
Switzerland
Local time: 11:55
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Termina laborem/opus/operam


Explanation:
Dear Kelly,

this is a nice way to put it in Latin. Hope it helps. For your information:

Termina: Imperative for "Get it done!"
Laborem/Opus/Operam: Accusative for "the job"

Best wishes:)

Flavio


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Flavio Ferri-Benedetti
Switzerland
Local time: 11:55
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