Vero Minicius bene laborat et ludit. Modestus est.

English translation: see below

20:03 Jul 28, 2000
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Latin term or phrase: Vero Minicius bene laborat et ludit. Modestus est.
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English translation:see below
Explanation:
Minicius works well and enjoys himself well. He is modest.

The verb ludere, to enjoy yourself, shows the importance given in Roman culture to the time devoted to entertainments, considered a positive value. A real man devotes himself to activities other than work (including attending shows, studies, etc.)
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Local time: 12:58
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Explanation:
Minicius works well and enjoys himself well. He is modest.

The verb ludere, to enjoy yourself, shows the importance given in Roman culture to the time devoted to entertainments, considered a positive value. A real man devotes himself to activities other than work (including attending shows, studies, etc.)

Laura Gentili
Italy
Local time: 12:58
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in pair: 95
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