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04:28 Nov 29, 2000
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
English term or phrase: one bite of the apple
It's a phrase from the word Res Judicata. Please help me translate it to latin
Ms. Smith
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naunus mali morsus.Wigtil


  

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6 days
unus mali morsus.


Explanation:
Classical Latin used MALUS for "apple", therefore: UNUS MALI MORSUS.

Later Latin used POMA for "apple", so in that case you would use: UNUS POMAE MORSUS.

I don't know how this "phrase" can come from the "word" res iudicata, as you put it. If this translation is insufficient, please provide a little more information.


Wigtil
PRO pts in pair: 11
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