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18:47 Dec 3, 2000
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
Latin term or phrase:Eo tempore istum ex urbe eiciebam
This is one of the sentence I have to translate for my homework. I know that eo is a third person pronoun translating into he, she, or it; tempore is the adverb form of time; istum is the direct object form of istud, which is "that of yours"; ex means from, urbe is the adverb form of urbs, which means city, eiciebam is the future tense of eicere, which means "to throw out." I can't quite get it into the correct order.