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15:08 May 9, 2001
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase:in senectute
Quidem est nemo quem magis in senectute aemulari velim.
as a matter of fact there is nobody who I would like more to compete with/emulate in my old age
Explanation: quidem = as a matter of fact
est = there is
nemo = nobody
quem = who/whom
magis = more
in senectute = in old age
aemulari = compete with/emulate
velim = Subjunctive of "I want" => I would like