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UBIQUE LOQUIMUR

English translation: We Speak Everywhere

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Latin term or phrase:UBIQUE LOQUIMUR
English translation:We Speak Everywhere
Entered by: Daphne b
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00:41 Jul 20, 2001
Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase: UBIQUE LOQUIMUR
It is the Latin Motto for the Tactical Communications Wing of the Royal Air Force
Al McCulloch
We Speak Everywhere
Explanation:
That's what it means.

The Tactical Communications Wing of the Royal Air Force webpage says:
"The TCW crest, a Rock Dove, the ancient ancestor of the carrier pigeon, and the Lightning bolt, a symbol synonymous with communications in the RAF, is underpinned by their motto, "Ubique Loquimur" or "We Speak Everywhere."

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Daphne b
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Local time: 06:40
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naWe can speak everywhere
Francesco D'Alessandro
naWe Speak EverywhereDaphne b


  

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We Speak Everywhere


Explanation:
That's what it means.

The Tactical Communications Wing of the Royal Air Force webpage says:
"The TCW crest, a Rock Dove, the ancient ancestor of the carrier pigeon, and the Lightning bolt, a symbol synonymous with communications in the RAF, is underpinned by their motto, "Ubique Loquimur" or "We Speak Everywhere."




    Reference: http://www.raf.mod.uk/history/tcw1.html
Daphne b
Sweden
Local time: 06:40
Native speaker of: Native in GreekGreek
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24 mins
We can speak everywhere


Explanation:
Loquimur is the first person plural of the Latin verb "loqui" = to talk

as for ubique (an adverb), just think of the English word "ubiquitous", and you'll get the meaning

Francesco D'Alessandro
Spain
Local time: 05:40
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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