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We came, we saw, we crashed on it.

Latin translation: venimus, vidimus, cademus

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17:35 Sep 5, 2000
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: We came, we saw, we crashed on it.
All I need this for is a Latin motto for my government class. =(
Becky
Latin translation:venimus, vidimus, cademus
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8 hrs
venimus, vidimus, cademus


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16 hrs
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Explanation:
Following the famous Caesar's quotation from De bello Gallico
"Veni Vidi vici" that is to say "I came, saw, and won" you could say
"Veni, vidi,concurri".
It might be witty.
Hope this helps


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giogi
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16 hrs
see below


Explanation:
Following the famous Caesar's quotation from De bello Gallico
"Veni Vidi vici" that is to say "I came, saw, and won" you could say
"Veni, vidi,concurri".
It might be witty.
Hope this helps


    xxx
giogi
Local time: 06:48
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16 hrs
see below


Explanation:
Following the famous Caesar's quotation from De bello Gallico
"Veni Vidi vici" that is to say "I came, saw, and won" you could say
"Veni, vidi,cecidi".
It might be witty.
Hope this helps


    xxx
giogi
Local time: 06:48
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16 hrs
see below


Explanation:
Following the famous Caesar's quotation from De bello Gallico
"Veni Vidi vici" that is to say "I came, saw, and won" you could say
"Veni, vidi,cecidi".
It might be witty.
Hope this helps


    xxx
giogi
Local time: 06:48
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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16 hrs
see below


Explanation:
Following the famous Caesar's quotation from De bello Gallico
"Veni Vidi vici" that is to say "I came, saw, and won" you could say
"Veni, vidi,cecidi".
It might be witty.
Hope this helps


    xxx
giogi
Local time: 06:48
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in pair: 4
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16 hrs
see below


Explanation:
Following the famous Caesar's quotation from De bello Gallico
"Veni Vidi vici" that is to say "I came, saw, and won" you could say
"Veni, vidi,cecidi".
It might be witty.
Hope this helps


    xxx
giogi
Local time: 06:48
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in pair: 4
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16 hrs
see below


Explanation:
Following the famous Caesar's quotation from De bello Gallico
"Veni Vidi vici" that is to say "I came, saw, and won" you could say
"Veni, vidi,cecidi".
It might be witty.
Hope this helps


    xxx
giogi
Local time: 06:48
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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