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Suchergebnis zu
"his":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Lat. Fund; Engl. Fund;

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  hishīsdadurch
   
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  his diebushīs diēbusin unseren Tagen
   
  his temporibushīs temporibusin unserer Zeit
   
  viginti his annisvīgintī hīs annīsjetzt vor zwanzig Jahren
   
  his de causis huic causae patronus exstitihīs dē causīs huīc causae patrōnus exstitīaus diesen Gründen habe ich mich dieses Falles angenommen
   
  his temporibus convenienshīs temporibus conveniēnszeitgemäß
   
  in his undis et tempestatibusin hīs undīs et tempestātibusin diesen Stürmen politischer Unruhe
in these storms of political unrest
   
  litterae his verbis scriptae suntlitterae hīs verbīs scrīptae suntdas Schreiben hat folgenden Inhalt
   
  his fere verbis converto (transfero)hīs ferē verbīs convertō (trānsferō)übersetze freier
   
  Unio Europaea his decenniīs ad iura humana provehenda multum contulitŪniō Eurōpaea hīs decenniīs ad iūra hūmāna prōvehenda multum contulitDie Europäische Union hat in den letzten Jahrzehnten viel zur Förderung der Menschenrechte beigetragen
the European Union has done much to promote human rights in recent decades
   
  his condicionibushīs condiciōnibusunter folgenden Bedingungen
   
  his condicionibus, ut ...hīs condiciōnibus, ut ...unter den Bedingungen, dass ...
   
  in his asperitatibus rerumin hīs asperitātibus rērumin dieser misslichen Lage
   
  tempestas, qua saevior apud nos his decem annis non fuittempestās, quā saevior apud nōs hīs decem annīs nōn fuitdas schlimmste Unwetter, das es bei uns in den letzten 10 Jahren gegeben hat
   
  his rebus sub aspectum subiectishīs rēbus sub aspectum subiectīsnach Vergegenwärtigung dieser Dinge
   
  cum hiscum hīsdamit
   
    hiermit
hereby, so that, with this
   
  ingenio sum cum his comparandusingeniō sum cum hīs comparanduskann mich mit diesen an Talent messen
   
  bellum his manetbellum hīs manetder Krieg dauert für sie fort
the war continues for them
   
  his rebus commotushīs rēbus commōtusauf diese Ereignisse hin
   
  in his annalibus nulla doctrina comparetin hīs annālibus nūlla doctrīna compāretin diesen Jahrbüchern tritt keine Gelehrsamkeit zu Tage
   
  his senatus consultis perfectishīs senātūs cōnsultīs perfectīsnach diesen Senatsbeschlüssen
   
  in his rebus nihil omnino interestin hīs rēbus nihil omnīnō interestdazwischen besteht überhaupt kein Unterschied
   
  smul his dictissmul hīs dictīszugleich mit diesen Worten
   
  his moribushīs mōribusbei dem jetzigen Zeitgeist
   


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ā complexū suōrum aliquem distrahōremove somebody from the circle of his relatives

ā locō suō dīmōtusevacuated, removed from his residence

ab īnstitūtīs aliquem abdūcōdissuade someone from his principles

adcrēscere, adcrēscō, adcrēvī, adcrētumgrow, become larger by growth, increas, added to by way of increase, added to by way of augmentation, be joined or annexed to, fall to one (as an increase of his property)

admutilāre, admutilō, admutilāvīcrop, clip close, shave, defraud, cheat, fleece one of his money, shear to the skin

adnotātiō, adnotātiōnis fnoting down in writing, remark, annotation, registering of a person among the accused, rescript of the emperor signed with his own hand

adspicere, adspiciō, adspexī, adspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

adversitor, adversitōris mone who goes to meet another, slave who went to meet his master in order to conduct him home

advorsitor, advorsitōris mone who goes to meet another, slave who went to meet his master in order to conduct him home

aeruscātor, aeruscātōris mone who roves about the country, and obtains his living by exhibiting sleight-of-hand tricks, itinerant juggler

aetātem in litterīs agōevote his life to science, dedicate his life to science

aetātem in litterīs dūcōevote his life to science, dedicate his life to science

alauda, alaudae fname of a legion raised by Cœsar, in Gaul, at his own expense

alicuī absentī male dīcōinsulting someone behind his back, badmouthing someone behind his back, speak ill of somebody behind his back

alicuī cedōcome to, fall to one (as a possession), fall to his lot or share, accrue

alicuī errōrem dēmōdisabuse someone of his error

alicuī errōrem ēripiōdisabuse someone of his error

alicuī errōrem extorqueōdisabuse someone of his error, take away someone's error

alicuī invītō opem offerōimpose his help on someone against his will

alicuī ōs laedōinsult someone to his face

alicuī ostentuī scelerum sumserve someone for the display of his crimes

alicuius mentem aliēnōdrive someone crazy, drive someone out of his mind

aliēnātus, aliēnāta, aliēnātumrenegade, beside himself, out of his mind

aliēnīs blandior sum quam meīsbe more courteous to strangers than to his people

aliquem ad officium redūcōbring someone back to his duty, lead someone back to obedience

aliquem cōram laudōpraise someone to his face

aliquem dē altissimō dignitātis gradū praecipitōbring someone down from his very high position

aliquem dē caelō dētrahōrob someone of his glory, rob someone of his fame

aliquem dē dignitātis gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position

aliquem dē gradū (statū) dēiciōoust someone from his position

aliquem dē gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position

aliquem gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position

aliquem gradū depellōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position, deprive someone of his advantage

aliquem gradū moveōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position

aliquem iacentem ērigōraise someone from his fall

aliquem in integrum restituōreinstate someone to his former position

aliquem in integrum restituōrestore someone to the former status, restore someone to his right

aliquem in ōs laudōpraise someone to his face

aliquem locō dēpellōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position, displace someone from his position

aliquem onere levārerelieve someone of his burden

aliquem praesentem laudōpraise someone to his face

aliquem restituōbring someone back to the right path, restore someone to his senses, restore someone to his possessions and rights

aliquem statū moveōoust someone from his position

aliquem verbō premōtake someone at his word

aliquid dē meā auctoritāte dēminuī nōn patiornot let his reputation be diminished, not to accept a diminution of his reputation

aliquid dē meō iūre dēminuī nōn patiornot to let his right be curtailed, not to give up any of his right

altercātor, altercātōris morator who strives to conquer his antagonist by interrogatories, disputant

āmēns animīfrenzied in mind, out of his wits

amīcum proficīscentem prōsequorscort one's friend on his departure

amīcum tollōcomfort his friend, raise his friend

ampliāre, ampliō, ampliāvīmake wider, extend, enlarge, increase, amplify, render glorious, ennoble, delay judgment, delay decision, adjourn, defer his business

aneclogistus, aneclogista, aneclogistumguardian who was not obliged to give account of his proceedings, but had discretionary power

animō meō obsequorsurrender to his wrath, live according to one's will

animōs audientium permoveō, ut...determine his listeners that

animum alicuius cōnfīrmōencourage someone in his courage

animum eius expūgnōconquer his mind

annō ante, quam mortuus estone year before his death

annotātiō (adnotātiō), annotātiōnis fnoting down in writing, remark, annotation, registering of a person among the accused, rescript of the emperor signed with his own hand

anthypophora, anthypophorae f (Akk. Sgl.: anthypophorān)anthypohor, rhetorical figure in which one anticipates the arguments of his antagonist and refutes them

antipofora, antipoforae frhetorical figure in which one anticipates the arguments of his antagonist, and refutes them

apostropha, apostrophae fturning away, rhetorical figure, when the speaker turns from his hearers, and addresses some other person or thing, apostrophe

apostropha, apostrophae fturning away, rhetorical figure, when the speaker turns from his hearers, and addresses some other person or thing, apostrophe

apostrophē, apostrophēs fturning away, rhetorical figure, when the speaker turns from his hearers, and addresses some other person or thing, apostrophe

approbātor, approbātōris mone who gives his assent, one who gives his approval,approver

arguendī perītiormore adept at making his statements credible

Aristīdem suī cīvēs ēiēcēruntAristides banished his own fellow citizens

arrogāre, arrogō (adrogō), arrogāvī, arrogātumask of one, inquire of one, question, add one officer to another, associate with, place by the side of, take in the place of a child, adopt, appropriate, claim as one’s own, arrogate to one’s self, assume, adjudge something to another as his own, confer upon

aspicere, aspiciō, aspexī, aspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

astante ipsōin his presence

attentus sum ad remkeep his assets together

aurēs assentātōribus patefaciōOpen his ear to flatterers

āversus ā prōpositōdistracted from his purpose

bonīs aliquem ēvertōevict someone from his property

būca,būcae fcheek, one who fills his cheeks in speaking, declaimer, bawler, one who stuffs out his cheeks in eating, parasite, a mouthful, cavity

bucca, buccae fcheek, one who fills his cheeks in speaking, declaimer, bawler, one who stuffs out his cheeks in eating, parasite, a mouthful, cavity

Caesar cohortātus suōs proelium commīsitCaesar fired up his men and opened the fight

calcitrō, calcitrōnis mone who strikes with his heels, kicker, a boisterous fellow, blusterer

callidus ad suom quaestumsmart about his profit

calumniātor suīone who is too anxious in regard to his work, over-scrupulous

capite luōatone with his life, atone with his head

caput togā obvolvōcover his head with the toga

cautor, cautōris mone who is on his guard, one who is is wary, one who is surety for any on, one who is bail for any one, guarantor

cedō in aliquemcome to, fall to one (as a possession), fall to his lot or share, accrue

cēpī ipsimī cerebellumconquer all his master's grace, conquer all his lord's favour

Cerberus lēniter caudam atteritKerberus gently rubs his cock against you, Kerberus gently nestles his cock against you

chīronomōn, chīronomūntis mone who moves his hands according to the rules of art correctly, pantomime

chīronomos, chīronomī mone who moves his hands according to the rules of art correctly, pantomime

Cicerō dīcit in eō librō, quī īnscrībitur LaeliusCicero says in his writing entitled Laelius

Cicerō dīcit in Laeliō (suō)Cicero says in his Laelius

circumvehor per īnfima clīvīride around the slope at his foot

citō commentātus esthe quickly came to his senses, he quickly reconsidered

clīnicus, clīnicī mphysician who attends patients sick in bed, patient confined to his bed, bearer of the bier, sexton, grave-digger, one who was baptized when sick or infirm

cōgitātiōnibus eius nēmō obstābatno one stood in the way of his plans

cohortāur suōs, ne animō dēficianthe encourages his people not to lose heart

collēctiōne spīritūs plenus ter continuō sternūtāvitpuffed up from holding his breath, he sneezed three times in a row

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

colōrem mūtōchange his face colour

commissōria, commissōriae fclause in the condition of a sale or of a contract (by which a vendor reserved to himself the privilege of rescinding the sale if the purchaser did not pay his purchase-money at the time agreed on)

commodāre, commodō, commodāvī, commodātumadjust according to a measure, make fit, make suitable, make right, adapt, accommodate, put in order, give something to one for his convenience or use, give, bestow, lend, grant, allow, please one, be kind to, be obliging to, serve, favor

commodus, commoda, commodumserving a neighbor or accommodating one’s self to his wishes, useful, serviceable, pleasant, agreeable, obliging, neighborly, friendly, polite, affable, gentle

commoveō languentemget the lazy man on his feet, get the sluggard on his feet

commūnicātiō, commūnicātiōnis fmaking common, imparting, communicating, figure of speech, in accordance with which one turns to his hearers, and, as it were, allows them to take part in the inquiry

compos mentisof his mind, in his senses, of a sane mind

cōnfīrmāre, cōnfīrmō, cōnfīrmāvī, cōnfīrmātumconfirm one in his disposition or feelings, confirm one in his fidelity, give full assurance of, corroborate an assertion, settle, fix, establish, prove, demonstrate the truth of a thing

cōnstanterat least he stayed true to his system

in huius locum substituortake his place, substitute

in pūblicō in cōnspectū patris assistōto be seen in public next to his father

lūmina suprēma versōdo his last look, open his eyes for the last time

meum caput offerō vīlitātīoffer his skin for sale at a low price

mittō aliquem in meum vīvāriumkeep somone under his control

pedem tulōput his foot, set his foot

prīma castrōrum rudīmenta ducī adprobāvithis first military duties he learned to the satisfaction of his commander

puerum subeōput the boy on his back, take the boy on his back

sīgnātor, sīgnātōris msealer, signer, one who attests a will by sealing it, witness to a will, one who affixes his seal as witness to a marriage contract, a witness to a marriage, one who stamps money, a coiner

sorōricīda, sorōricīdae mmurderer of his sister

sternāx, sternācisthat throws to the ground, that throws his rider, that fall prostrate

suātimaccording to his method, according to his way, on his own terms, on his way

successōrem alicuī dō (mittō)remove from office, depose somebody from his post

suīs annuentibuson the cue from his men, on the hint of his men

suīs fortūna cuīque fingitur mōribuseach is the architect of his own fortune

susceptor, susceptōris mone who undertakes any thing, undertaker, contractor, receiver, collector of taxes, one who takes into his house thieves, gamesters, etc, , receiver, gaming-house keeper, guardian, protector

suspīciōnem ex animō dēleōremove the suspicion from his heart, tear the suspicion from his heart

suspīciōnem ex animō ēvellōremove the suspicion from his heart, tear the suspicion from his heart

tempora in venēndō agōspend his time on the hunt, spend his time hunting

tenētur eius avāritiahis stinginess is world-famous

tibi optimā fidē sua omnia concessit, adnumerāvit, appenditin good faith, he gave you his entire fortune

toga pictatoga worn by a victor in his triumph

tōtum mē alicuī patefaciōgive air to his heart, ease his heart

tōtum tē amplexorsomeone with his tenderness almost crush

tractātor, tractātōris mslave among the Romans, who manipulated his master’s limbs, shampooer, handler, treater of any thing

tractātrīx, tractātrīcis ffemal slave among the Romans, who manipulated his master’s limbs, female shampooer

tractōriae, tractōriārum fimperial letter containing an order to provide a person with necessaries on his journey

trahit sua quemque voluptāseveryone is guided by his own wishes

trahit sua quemque voluptāseveryone rides his hobbyhorse

trīcēsimum annum agēnsin his thirtieth year

trīstitiam abstrūdōhide his sadness

triumphō ex victōriā meātriumph due to his victory

tuum tē percontor aevumask someone about his age

ultimum spīritum reddōgive up his mind

ultimus suōrum mortuus esthe died as the last of his family, as the last of his family died, with him his family died out

ultrōto the farther side, beyond, on the other side, afar, away, off, superfluously, gratuitously, wantonly, on his part, on their part, of himself, of themselves, of one’s own accord, without being asked, spontaneously, voluntarily, of his own motion

ūnicum fīlium ēlūgeōmourn his only son appropriately

ūniversum prope genus hūmānum in sē circumagitbring almost the entire humanity on his side

urbe aliquem sociōtake somebody in his city, share his city with someone

ut quisque fortūnā ūtitur, ita praecelleteveryone is the smith of his own fortune

uxōrem repudiōseparate from his wife, part with his wife

uxōrem suās rēs sibi habēre iubeōdivorce his wife, divorce from his wife

uxōrī clāvēs adimōdivorce his wife

valētūdinī cōnsulōcare for his health, take care of his health

valētūdinī dō operamcare for his health, take care of his health

vāricātor, vāricātōris mone that walks with his legs spread apart, straddler

variē et cōpiōsē allūdōlet his wit play in all variety and abundance

vāsa colligōget ready to travel, set off, pack his suitcase, pack his equipment

ventre pēne bona lacerōget through his fortune with debauchery and fornication

ventricola, ventricolae mone who makes a god of his belly, a belly-god, glutton

ventricultor, ventricultōris mone who makes a god of his belly, a belly-god, glutton

ventriloquus, ventriloquī mone who speaks from his belly, ventriloquist

verba ad rem cōnferōput his words into action

verna, vernae cslave born in his master’s house, homeborn slave

vestem recingortake off his dress

vestīgia fīgōinhibit his step, hamper his step, retard his step

vestīgia premōinhibit his step, hamper his step, retard his step

viābundus, viābunda, viābundummarching on, pulling his road

vice meā fungorfill his place, stand his ground

vicem meam conquerorlament his fate, bemoan his fate

vicem suam conquestus estcomplain audibly about his change of fate

victōrī supplicārebegging the winner on his knees

vir ut temporibus illīs doctusa learned man for his time

vir virum legiteveryone picks his man

virō repudium remittōdivorce his husband

virtūtem exhibeōprove his valor, prove his prowess, prove his virtue, prove his power, prove his strength, prove his might, prove his worth

virtūtem prīstinam retineōnot give up his former virtuous way of life

vītā gaudeōenjoy his life

vītam agōspend his life

vītam asperam trahōdragging his tedious life, dragging his weary life

vītam aurō vēndidithe sold his life for gold

vītam cōnsūmō in aliquā rēspend his life doing something

vītam dēbeō alicuīowe his life to someone

vītam dēgōspend his life

vītam flectōchange his lifestyle habits

vītam fugae mandōseek to save his life by escape

vītam in egestāte dēgōlive in poverty, spend his life in poverty

vītam in ōtiō dēgōspend his days in peace, live in peace

vītam meam in discrīmen offerōexpose his life to danger, put his life in danger

vītam mihi dēprecorask to spare his life, ask for his life

vītam prōfundōwaste his life

vītam prōfundō prō patriālay down his life for the fatherland

vītam trānsigōspend his life, live there

vōcem emittōlet his voice be heard

vōcem mittōlet his voice be heard

vōcem ostendōlet his voice be heard

vōcem premōmuffle his voice, silence

vōcem supprimōmuffle his voice, silence, speak muffled

voluntārius, voluntāria, voluntāriumwilling, of his or its own free-will, voluntary

voluptātem amplexorattach great importance to his pleasure

voluptātem expleōsatisfy his desire

vultū animī mōtum praeferōexpressing dismay in his countenance

vultū animī mōtum praeferōshow his inner excitement in his facial expression

vultū retorriduswith a sullen expression, with deep wrinkles on his face

vultum dēmittōlower his face, lower his gaze

vultur cornua prōfertthe vulture stretches his horns

2. Formbestimmung:

Wortform von: his
[83] Dat./Abl. Pl. m./f./n. 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] Dat./Abl. Pl. m./f./n. von hic, haec, hoc
jetzig; heutig; folgend;

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