(it) will pass

Latin translation: transibit

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English term or phrase:(it) will pass
Latin translation:transibit
Entered by: Sabine Akabayov, PhD

09:39 Dec 12, 2008
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
Philosophy
English term or phrase: (it) will pass
I want to know what the verb "to pass" or "to pass by" is in latin and more specifically what the thrid person future tense of that verb is - in order to say [something] will pass / pass by (timewise)
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transibit
Explanation:
this is the third person, singular, future tense of transeo
you might also use "abibit", but this has more the meaning of go away or die

http://www.eudict.com/?lang=lateng&word=transeo, taceo
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transibit


Explanation:
this is the third person, singular, future tense of transeo
you might also use "abibit", but this has more the meaning of go away or die

http://www.eudict.com/?lang=lateng&word=transeo, taceo

Sabine Akabayov, PhD
Israel
Local time: 16:08
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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