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"has":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Lat. Fund; Engl. Fund;


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abigeātor, abigeātōris mplant which has the power of producing abortion, ground-pine

abstēmius, abstēmia, abstēmiumabstaining from intoxicating drinks, temperate, sober, abstinent, moderate, who is yet fasting, who has not breakfasted

acoenonoētus, acoenonoētī mone who has not common-sense, not sharing, selfish

adicere, adiciō, adiēcī, adiectumthrow a thing to, cast a thing to, put at, place at, put near, place near, throw, hurl, (mentem) direct the mind to, (oculos) direct the eye to, apply to a thing by way of increase, increase, add to what has already been said, add to a bid, out-bid

adolēscēns, adolēscentis cone who has not yet attained maturity, youth, young man, young woman, maiden

adōrĭōsus, adōrĭōsa, adōrĭōsumthat has often obtained the adorea, celebrated, honored, awarded

adulēscēns, adulēscentis cone who has not yet attained maturity, youth, young man, young woman, maiden

adulēscēns, adulēscentis mone who has not yet attained maturity, youth, young man, young woman, maiden

adulterīnus, adulterīna, adulterīnumadulterous, not full-blooded, that has assumed the nature of something foreign, not genuine, false, counterfeit, impure

aēnipēs, aēnipedis (ahēnipēs)that has feet of bronze, bronzefooted

aestās se circumēgitthe summer has passed, the summer is gone

aevum remeō perāctumrelive the time that has passed

ahēnipēs, ahēnipedisthat has feet of bronze, bronzefooted

aiuga, aiugae fa plant which has the power of producing abortion, ground-pine

alicuī assurrēctum nōn estone has not stood up in front of someone

alimentārius, alimentāriī mone to whom means of subsistence has been left by will

aliquem mortuum cremō (extruō)cremate someone who has died

aliquid clausum et terminātum estsomething has conclusion and rounding off

aliquid diffūsum estsomething has no inner connection

aliquid dissipātum estsomething has no inner connection

aliquid iacetsomething has a low price

aliquid in animō penitus īnfīxum estsomething has been deeply imprinted on the heart

aliquid in animō penitus īnsēditsomething has been deeply imprinted on the heart

aliquid inūtile estsomething remains without effect, something has no effect, something misses its effect

aliquid mē tenetsomething binds me, something has binding force for me, something is binding for me

aliquid nec caput nec pedēs habetsomething has neither hand nor foot, something without beginning and end

aliquid perlātē patetsomething has a very wide circumference, something spreads out very far

aliquid prōsperē succēditsomething goes happily, something has a good run

aliquid solō aequandum estsomething has to be cleared away, something must be cleared away

aliquis in oblīviōne iacetsomeone has fallen into oblivion, someone has been forgotten

allēctiō, allēctiōnis fchoice for something, election for something, troop deployment, levying of troops, promotion to a higher office before one has performed the duties of a lower

alōpeciae, alōpeciārum fplaces where the hair has fallen out as a result of fox mange

alterī Capitōnī cōgnōmen est, alter Māgnus vocāturone has the surname Capito, the other is called Magnus

altiiugus, altiiuga, altiiugumthat has a lofty summit

ambidēns, ambidentusa sheep which has both upper and lower teeth

ambifārius, ambifāria, ambifāriumthat has two sides, of double meaning, ambiguous

amīca tua facta est argenteayour girlfriend has been made into money, your girlfriend has been sold

āmissa, āmissōrum nlost, what has been lost

amplius sunt vīgintīs annīsit has been more than twenty years

amputātiō, amputātiōnis fpruning, lopping, amputation, part that has been cut off, cuttin

anceps, ancipitisthat has two heads, twoheaded, two-peaked, double, that extends on two opposite sides, amphibious, twofold, uncertain, wavering, doubtful, dangerous, hazardous, perilous, critical, pernicious

anguilla est, ēlābiturwho has the eel by the tail, has it neither half nor whole

anhēlātor, anhēlātōris mone who has a difficulty in breathing, asthmatic

animis diūturna cōgitātiō callum vetustātis obdūxeratthe long standing thought of it has dulled they

animō haec excidēruntthis has slipped my mind

annōna crēvītthe price of grain has risen

annus circumāctus estthe year has passed, the year has gone by

antīquitus īnstitūtum estsince ancient times it has been the custom

apica, apicae fsheep that has no wool on the belly

apiciōsus, apiciōsī mwho has no hair on the head, baldhead

aqua nōn affluitthe water has no inflow

arbor in altitūdinem auctatree that has grown into the sky

ārdor animī cōnsēditthe enthusiasm has subsided

ārdor animī resēditthe enthusiasm has subsided

arquātus, arquātī nthe jaundiced, one that has the jaundice

artificiōsus, artificiōsa, artificiōsumaccomplished in art, skilful, artistic, on which much art has been bestowed, made with art, artificial, ingenious, according to the rules of art, artificial

arvus, arva, arvumthat has been ploughed, but not yet sown, ploughed, arable

asēmus, asēma, asēmumthat has not the purple stripe

autoraeda spīrās bonās habetthe car has good suspension

bācālaureus, bācālaureī mbachelor, who has achieved the first degree in philosophy

baccalaureus, baccalaureī mbachelor, who has achieved the first academic degree

balineātor, balineātōris mone who has the care of a bath, bath-keeper

balneātor, balneātōris mone who has the care of a bath, bath-keeper

balneātrīx, balneātrīcis fshe who has the care of a bath

bellum multōs hominēs absumpsit absūmpsitthe war has cost many lives, , the war has taken many lives

bene quī latuit, bene vīxithe who has lived well hidden, has lived well

binōminis, cuī geminum est nōmen, ut Numa Pompiliusa double-named person is one who has a double name, like Numa Pompilius

bona existimātiō est dē aliquōsomeone has a good reputation, someone is in good standing

bulbāceus, bulbācea, bulbāceumthat has bulbs, bulbous

cacomnēmōn, cacomnēmonis mwho has a weak memory, title of a mime of Laberius

caeremōnia, caeremōniae fthe sacred, the divine, that which has reference to the Deity, sacredness, sanctity, holy dread, awe, reverence, veneration of the Deity, religious usage, sacred rite, religious ceremony

caerimōnia, caerimōniae f (caeremōnia, cēremōnia)the sacred, the divine, that which has reference to the Deity, sacredness, sanctity, holy dread, awe, reverence, veneration of the Deity, religious usage, sacred rite, religious ceremony

caerimōnium, caerimōniī nthe sacred, the divine, that which has reference to the Deity, sacredness, sanctity, holy dread, awe, reverence, veneration of the Deity, religious usage, sacred rite, religious ceremony

canis sagāciter odōrāturthe dog has a keen scent

canthus dīruptus estthe tyre has burst

capitō, capitōnis mone that has a large head, sea-fish with a large head, called also cephalus, a kind of fish with a large head

cardiacus, cardiacī mone who has heart-burn, one who has stomach-ache

carēre hoc sīgnificatthe word carere has this meaning

carnis plūs habet minus lacertōrum he has more flesh than muscle (from the speaker)

cecidit fulmenlightning has struck

cēnātus, cēnāta, cēnātumthat has taken food, having dined

centigrānius, centigrānia, centigrāniumthat has a hundred grains

cēremōnia, cēremōniae fthe sacred, the divine, that which has reference to the Deity, sacredness, sanctity, holy dread, awe, reverence, veneration of the Deity, religious usage, sacred rite, religious ceremony

cērimōnia, cērimōniae fthe sacred, the divine, that which has reference to the Deity, sacredness, sanctity, holy dread, awe, reverence, veneration of the Deity, religious usage, sacred rite, religious ceremony

certus numerus nōndum cōnstatthe exact number has not yet been determined

cibō praebitōafter food has been served

cistellātrīx, cistellātrīcis fshe who has charge of the money-box

cīvitās commodius suam rem pūblicam administratthe municipality has a well-ordered government

coenātus, coenāta, coenātumthat has taken food, having dined

cōgnitor, cōgnitōris mone who has made himself familiar with a case in law, advocate, attorney, judge, defender, protector, witness, who testifies that he knows a person, voucher

cōlātūra, cōlātūrae ffiltration, that which has been strained

collicrepida, collicrepidae mwho has a chain around his neck, neck clinker

collūsor, collūsōris mcompanion in play, playmate, he who has a secret understanding with one to the injury of a third

commentāriēnsis, commentāriēnsis mone who takes control, one who has the care of a thing, registrar of public documents, recorder, secretary, one who makes out a list of prisoners, keeper of a prison, one who forms a list of soldiers

commodus, commoda, commodumthat has a due or proper measure, complete, perfect, of full weight or measure, fit, suitable, due, proper, convenient, opportune, commodious, easy, appropriate, favorable, friendly to

commūnicātor, commūnicātōris mhe who has part in a thing

complexiō, complexiōnis fcombination, connection, physical constitution, physical habit, association, comprehension, comprisal, period, rhetorical figure, according to which one constantly recurs to what has been previously said, conclusion in a syllogism

conciliō dīmissōafter the meeting has passed, after dismissal of the assembly

condecuriālis, condecuriālis mhe who has been a decurion with one

cōnfessus, cōnfessa, cōnfessumconfessing, that has acknowledged, pleaded guilty

cōnsuetūdō callum obdūxit stomachō meōthe habit has made me insensitive

cōnsulāris, cōnsulāris mone who has been consul, an ex-consul, one of consular rank

cōnsultrīx, cōnsultrīcis fshe who has a care for, she who provides, female counselor, female caretaker

conventus clīmaticus Nationum Unitarum inauguratus estthe united nations climate conference has been opened

Corea Septentriōnālis experīmentum nucleāre fēcitNorth Korea has conducted a nuclear weapons test

crēbrō peccāvithe often missed the mark, he was often wrong, he often fell flat on his face, he has often failed

cristātus, cristāta, cristātumthat has a tuft or crest, tufted, crested, plumed

cuī ratiō reddenda estwho has to be responsible

cuī rēs praestanda estwho has to stand up for it, who is responsible for it, who takes the rap for it, the sufferer, who has to pay for it, who has to bleed for it, who has to spoon out the soup, who has to pay the bill

cum mē adēderit īgnisas soon as the fire has consumed me

dē atmosphaerā tuendā convēnitagreement has been reached on the need to protect the atmosphere

dē hāc rē etiam agendum estthis still needs to be discussed, there is still a need for negotiation, this has not yet been fully discussed

dēcessiō, dēcessiōnis fretirement of a magistrate from the province he has governed

dēcessor, dēcessōris mpredecessor in office, one who retires from a province he has governed

dēcoctor, dēcoctōris mone who has squandered the property, a ruined spendthrift, a bankrupt

dēditīcius, ddēditīciī mone who has surrendered, one who has capitulated, a captive

dēditiōne factāafter the surrender has taken place

dēlētīcius, dēlētīca, dēlētīcumfrom which any thing has been blotted out, from which any thing has been effaced

dēnōminātiō, dēnōminātiōnis f (μετωνυμία)substitution of the name of an object for that of another to which it has some relation, as the name of the cause for that of the effect, of the property for that of the substance, etc, metonymy

dēpuduit mēthe shame has left me

dēsioculus, dēsioculī mone who has lost an eye

dēspērāta complōrātaque rēs est pūblicaall hope of saving the state has been given up

dēsquāmāta, dēsquāmātōrum nparts of the body from which the skin has been rubbed off, excoriated parts

dēterminābilis, dēterminābilethat has an end, finite

diēs abiitthe date has expired

diēs abiitthe deadline has passed

diēs periitthe day has passed in vain

digamus, digama, digamumthat has been married twice

dīgestus, dīgesta, dīgestumthat has a good digestion

digna fortūna tē revīsitdeserved happiness has fallen to you

dignitās est summa in aliquōsomeone has high dignity

dīlūtum, dilūtī na liquid in which something has been dissolved, solution

mercātūra iacetthere is a standstill in trade, trade has come to a standstill, trade is at rest

rēs male gesta estthe matter has failed

sī quid titubātum estif something has gone wrong

sīgnificābilis, sīgnificābilethat has meaning, significative

somniātor, somniātōris mone who has faith in dreams, a dreamer

spadō, spadōnis m (σπάδων)one who has no generative power, ßimpotent person, castrated person, eunuch, unfruitful plants, seedless plants

stericula, stericulae fthe womb of a sow that has never borne young

sterilicula, steriliculae fthe womb of a sow that has never borne young

strabō, strabōnis m (στράβων)that has distorted eyes, one who squints strongly, one who squints strongly, squinter, envious person, jealous person

strophōsus, strophōsa, strophōsumthat has the gripes

strufertārius, strufertāriī mwho makes offerings near a tree that has been struck by lightning

subitus, subita, subitumthat has come on suddenly, that has come on unexpectedly, sudden, unexpected

sūminātus, sūmināta, sūminātumbelonging to a sow’s udder, that has the paps on

superficiārius, superficiāriī mone who has a house on another man’s land, superficiary

suspendiōsus, suspendiōsī mone that has hanged himself

syntrophus, syntrophī mthat has been brought up with another

taurobolīnus, taurobolīnī mone who has sacrificed a bull to Cybele

tempestās abiitthe thunderstorm has subsided

tempus abiitthe date has expired

tēstābilis, tēstābilethat has a right to give testimony

thalassītēs, thalassītae msea-wine, wine which has been ripened by sinking it in the sea

timor cuique futūrae inopiae abiiteveryone has lost the fear of future misery

tribūnīcius, tribūnīciī mone that has been a tribune, an ex-tribune

triclīniarcha, triclīniarchae mchief servant who has charge of the table

triclīniarchēs, triclīniarchae mchief servant who has charge of the table

trigamus, trigamī mthricemarried man, one who has three wives, one who has been married three times

tripālis, tripālethat has three stakes, that is propped up by three pales

triptōton, triptōtī nnoun that has only three cases

triumphālis, triumphālis mone who has had the honors of a triumph

tuī carendum estone must do without you, you must be renounced, one has to do without you

tumultūs violentī ortī suntviolent unrest has broken out

tūtēlārius, tūtēlāriī mone who has the care or custody of a thing, keeper, warden, curator

ūnicuba, ūnicubae fthat has lain with but one husband

ūniiugus, ūniiuga, ūniiugumhaving one yoke, fastened to a single yoke, fastened to a single cross-beam, that has been married only once

Ūniō Eurōpaea hīs decenniīs ad iūra hūmāna prōvehenda multum contulitthe European Union has done much to promote human rights in recent decades

ūnivira, ūnivirae fwoman that has had only one husband

ūnivirātus, ūnivirātūs mstate of a woman who has married but once

ūniviria, ūniviriae fwoman that has had only one husband

ūnivocus, ūnivoca, ūnivocumthat has but one meaning, univocal

urbs amoenō locō sita estthe city has a beautiful location

urbs ceciditthe city has fallen, the city has been conquered

urbs expūgāta est the city has fallen, the city has been conquered

urbs opportūnō locō sita estthe city has a favorable location

urbs validō praesidiō fīrmāta estthe city has a strong protection force

ūssūrārius, ūssūrāria, ūssūrāriumthat serves for use, that is fit for use, of which one has the use or enjoyment, belonging to interest, belonging to usury, that pays interest

ūsuārius, ūsuāria, ūsuāriumthat is used, that made use of, whom one has the use of, but does not own

ūsuārius, ūsuāriī mone who uses or has the use of a thing

ūsūfrūctuārius, ūsūfrūctuāriī mone who has the use and profit but not the property of a thing, a usufructuary

ūsūrārius, ūsūrāria, ūsūrāriumthat serves for use, that is fit for use, of which one has the use or enjoyment, belonging to interest, belonging to usury, that pays interest

ūsūrārius, ūsūrāria, ūsūrāriumthat serves for use, that is fit for use, of which one has the use or enjoyment, belonging to interest, belonging to usury, that pays interest

utinam abīerit! (erfüllbar / Vergangenheit)hopefully he has left!

vappa, vappae fwine that has lost its spirit and flavor, palled wine, flat wine, vapid wine, a spoiled fellow, a worthless fellow, a good-fornothing

vēnātiō, vēnātiōnis fhunting, chase, venery, hunting spectacle, hunt, battue, combat of wild beasts, that which is been hunted, that which has been hunted, game

ventus ceciditthe wind has died down, the wind has calmed down, the wind has settled

ventus cessāvitthe wind has stopped, the wind has suspended

vēre novōin the spring that has just arrived, in the spring that is now beginning, in this spring

vērīsimile est aliquem commīsisseit is likely that one has committed a crime

veterātor, veterātōris mone who has grown old, one who has become gray, one who has practised, one who has skilled in any thing, crafty fellow, old fox, sly-boots, an old slave

veterētum, veterētī nground that has long lain fallow, old fallow ground

veternus cīvitātem occupāvitsleeping sickness has affected the state

vetustus, vetusta, vetustumthat has existed a long time, aged, old, ancient

vir defūnctus honōribusman who has managed all the honorary posts, someone who has held all the honorary positions

vir honōribus ac reī pūblicae mūneribus perfūnctusman who has managed all the honorary posts, someone who has held all the honorary positions

vīvus, vīva, vīvumalive, living, that has life, natural, unwrought

vix sex mēnsēs suntit has hardly been six months

vocābulum angustius valetthe word has a narrower meaning

vocābulum lātius patetthe word has another meaning

voluptās nōn habet ictumthe pleasure has no strong appeal

vōx carendī hoc sīgnificatthe word carere has this meaning

2. Formbestimmung:

Wortform von: has
[83] Akk Pl. f. von hic, haec, hoc | huius | huic | hunc, hanc, hoc | hōc, hāc, hōc | hī, hae, haec | hōrum, hārum, hōrum | hīs | hōs, hās, haec | hīs
dieser, diese, dieses;
[83] Akk Pl. f. von hic, haec, hoc
jetzig; heutig; folgend;

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