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quod est senator, in urbem saepe redit.

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Latin term or phrase:quod est senator, in urbem saepe redit.
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15:27 Feb 17, 2000
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Latin term or phrase: quod est senator, in urbem saepe redit.
in my latin book
Brockton high school
Latin Phrase
Explanation:
Dear Brockton,

"quod est senator, in urbem saepe redit"

The phrase is incomplete, or else the punctuation is wrong.
"Quod est, (that is to say), Senator in urbem saepe redit (the senator goes back frequently into the city), or else, it is :
"that is to say, senator, he goes back frequently into the city.."

As it is does not make syntactical sense.
Kind regards,

Michael McCann PhB BA MA ITA
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Latin Phrase


Explanation:
Dear Brockton,

"quod est senator, in urbem saepe redit"

The phrase is incomplete, or else the punctuation is wrong.
"Quod est, (that is to say), Senator in urbem saepe redit (the senator goes back frequently into the city), or else, it is :
"that is to say, senator, he goes back frequently into the city.."

As it is does not make syntactical sense.
Kind regards,

Michael McCann PhB BA MA ITA

InfoMarex
Ireland
Local time: 11:14
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 12
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May 1, 2010 - Changes made by InfoMarex:
Edited KOG entry<a href="/profile/10874">Egmont's</a> old entry - "quod est senator, in urbem saepe redit." » "Latin Phrase"


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