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UT Sementem Feceris ita Metes

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10:15 Jul 30, 2001
Latin to German translations [Non-PRO]
Latin term or phrase: UT Sementem Feceris ita Metes
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Sabine Schonegger
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na +1Wie man saet, so erntet man.
Vidmantas Stilius


  

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Wie man saet, so erntet man.


Explanation:
Cicero: Ut sementem fecertis, ita metes.

Andere Deutsche Uebersetzungen:

Wie man sät (säsen wird), so erntet man (wird..).
Was du gesät hast, wirst du ernten.
Wie du aussäest, so wirst du ernten

www.rz-home.de/~bwach/spr_lat2.htm u.a.


    rz-home.de/~bwach/spr_lat2.htm
Vidmantas Stilius
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Native speaker of: Native in LithuanianLithuanian

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