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English translation: he/she/it is resounded (is being resounded)

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18:00 Dec 18, 2001
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase: sonatur
just curiosity
Elena
English translation:he/she/it is resounded (is being resounded)
Explanation:
Doesn't make much sense.

Sono is the verd: to make a sound, to resound.

Sonatur is 3rd singular passive present. He (she, it) IS being resounded, or "is resounded" would be the translation but in English it won't sound very well.

That's it, anyway.

Hope it helped!

Flavio
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5 +2he/she/it is resounded (is being resounded)
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he/she/it is resounded (is being resounded)


Explanation:
Doesn't make much sense.

Sono is the verd: to make a sound, to resound.

Sonatur is 3rd singular passive present. He (she, it) IS being resounded, or "is resounded" would be the translation but in English it won't sound very well.

That's it, anyway.

Hope it helped!

Flavio


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flaviofbg
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Local time: 14:11
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agree  CLS Lexi-tech: also "something is being played" but we don't have the subject!
2 hrs
  -> Thanks Paola... you're right :) ***mi raccomando riguardati :) HUGZ***

agree  Vicky Papaprodromou
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