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"very moderate":

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ā cibō vīnōque et somnō multum temperānsvery moderate in food, wine consumption and sleep


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ā doctrīnā mediocriter īnstrūctus sumhave only moderate knowledge

ā summō ad īmumfrom the high point to the low point, , from the very top to the very bottom

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

abundein great profusion, in great abundance, abundantly, exceedingly, very

accūrātissimēvery precise

acerrima atque attentissima cogitatioa very acute and close manner of thinking

acipēnser, acupinseris mfish very highly esteemed, sturgeon

āctuōsus, āctuōsa, āctuōsumfull of activity, very active

adalgidus, adalgida, adalgidumvery cold, chilly

adeōto this, thus far, so far, as far, in the same degree - in which, in the same measure - in which, in the same proportion - in which, so very - as, so much - as, to such a degree - as

adēssurīre, adēssuriō, adēssurīvībe very hungry

adēsurīre, adēsuriō, adēsurīvībe very hungry

admoderārī, admoderor, admoderātus sumkeep to due limits, keep within due limits, moderate

admodumto the measure, to the limit, to a great measure, in a high degree, much, very, to a full measure, fully, completely, wholly, quite, absolutely, about, near, nearly, just, at all, exactly, just so, quite so, certainly, yes, certainly

adnecessārius, adnecessāria, adnecessāriumvery necessary

adolēscentula, adolēscentulae fvery young maiden

adolēscentulus, adolēscentulī mvery young man

adulēscentula, adulēscentulae fvery young maiden, my child

adulēscentulus, adulēscentulī mvery young man, young soldier, recruit

adventū tuō valdē gaudeōI am very happy about your visit

aeger gravī morbōvery ill, seriously ill

afflātōrius, afflātōria, afflātōriumscorching, very hot, burning

afflīctārī, afflīctor, mē afflīctātus sumgrieve, be greatly troubled in mind about a thing, be very anxious, be very uneasy, afflict one’s self

agecome!, come on!, follow me!, well then!, well now!, well!, very well!, good!, right!

agedum (agitedum)!come!, come on!, follow me!, well then!, well now!, well!, very well!, good!, right!

agellulus, agellulī ma very small field

alciōsus, alciōsa, alciōsumvery frosty, yery sensitive to frost

algiōsus, algiōsa, algiōsumvery frosty, very sensitive to frost

alicuī in oculīs sumbe very popular with someone, be well liked by someone

alicuī māgnō adiūmentō sum in perīculīsgive great help to someone in danger, support someone very much in danger

alicuī plūrimum tribuōthink very highly of somebody, accede to someone's pleas

aliēnissimō locō et temporeat the very wrong time in the very wrong place, at the most inconvenient time in the most inconvenient place

aliquantillum, aliquantillī na very little indeed, a little bit

aliquantisperfor a moderate period of time, for a while, for a time, for some time

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

aliquem in sinū gestōhave someone very dear and worthy, be very fond of someone

aliquid ad obrussam exigōput something through its paces, put something to the acid test, put something through a stress test, put something through a very close examination

ad vīvum resecōcut something up to the meat, cut something very deep, take something very carefully

aliquid perfacētumvery fine joke, something very funny, something very witty

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

aliquis est in sinū alicuiussomeone is very dear to someone

altipotēns, altipotentisof high power, very mighty

altissimīs montibus undique contineorbe enclosed on all sides by very tall trees

altissimīs rādīcibus dēfīxusvery deeply rooted

amitāre, amitōlove very much

amnis trānsitū perdifficilisa very difficult river to cross

amplissimē triumphōcelebrate a very glamorous triumph

angī, angor, anctus sum (anxus sum)be very afraid, be in great fear

angōre cōnficiorbe very afraid, be in great fear, have great anxiety

annōnam temperōset a moderate grain price, fix a reasonable price for corn

antegeriōstrongly, vehemently, energetically, vigorously, intensely, very, very much, exceedingly

antigeriōstrongly, vehemently, energetically, vigorously, intensely, very, very much, exceedingly

antigeriumstrongly, vehemently, energetically, vigorously, intensely, very, very much, exceedingly

apprīmēfirst of all, before all, especially, exceedingly, very

apprīmus, apprīma, apprīmumthe very first, by far the first, especially the first

approbēvery well

approbus, approba, approbumvery good, excellent

arcellula, arcellulae fa very little box

ariēs, arietis m (ἄρην, ἄρρην)male sheep, ram, a sign of the zodiac, engine for battering down walls, battering-ram, beam for support, prop, buttress, unknown sea-monster, very dangerous to ships

armīs praepotēnsvery powerful through force of arms

artissimō somnō quiēscōbe in a very sound sleep

attelabus, attelabī ma very small locust without wings

attelebus, attelebī ma very small locust without wings

attemperiēs, attemperiēī fa due mingling, a due mixture, a due tempering, temperature, temper, temperateness, moderate temperature, moderation, temperance

attentus et pendēnsvery excited, very curious

avītus, avīta, avītumbelonging to a grandfather, coming from a grandfather, ancestral, very old, very ancient

barypicros, barypicron very bitter

basanitēs, basanitae mtouchstone, test-stone, a very hard stone

bellum in multā varietāte versātum estwar was fought with very changing fortunes

bene (optimē) agō cum aliquōdeal (very) well with someone

bene mānevery early in the morning, very early, quite early

benīgnēyou are very kind, I thank you very much, am under great obligation, I thank you

bios, biī m (Akk.Sgl. bion)a very celebrated and wholesome Greek wine

bis tervetwo or three times, two or three times, very rarely

blandissimus ingeniovery friendly of character, very friendly character

brevissimī sum somnīfind a very short sleep

callistrūthia, callistrūthiae fa very delicate kind of figs, which sparrows were fond of

callistrūthis, callistrūththidis fa very delicate kind of figs, which sparrows were fond of

Canusium, Canusiī na very ancient town in Apulia

capillōsus, capillōsa, capillōsumfull of hair, very hairy

capulō proximusvery close to the coffin

carbasa, carbasōrum nvery fine Spanish flax, fine linen, cambric, fine linen garment, curtain, sail, the Sibylline books, written upon linen

carbasum, carbasī nvery fine Spanish flax, fine linen, cambric, fine linen garment, curtain, sail, the Sibylline books, written upon linen

carbasus, carbasī f (κάρπασος)very fine Spanish flax, fine linen, cambric, fine linen garment, curtain, sail, the Sibylline books, written upon linen

carmen orthiumsong (to the zither) in a very high pitch

cartilāginōsus, cartilāginōsa, cartilāginōsumfull of cartilage, very gristly

cāseus iūcundissimē sapitthe cheese tastes very delicious

castrīs percommodum fuitfor the camp it was very beneficial

celerrimōvery quickly

centimeter, centimetrī mhe who employs a hundred metres, who employs very many metres

cessāre, cessō, cessāvī, cessātumstand back very much, be remiss in any thing, delay, loiter, cease from, stop, give over, be inactive, be idle, be at leisure, do nothing, be at rest, rest, be still, be inactive, be unemployed, be unused, lie uncultivated, fallow

cibī capācissimusable to take very much food

cinyphes, cinyphum fvery small flies, gnats

citumus, cituma, citumumvery close, the nearest

clārissimā vōce dīcamwill speak very loudly

clīma temperātumtemperate climate, moderate climate,

clupea, clupeae fkind of very small river-fish

coctilia, coctilium n very dry wood, that burns without smoke

cohibitus, cohibita, cohibitumconfined, limited, moderate

collacrimātiō, collacrimātiōnis fa weeping together, weeping very much, lamenting

collacrimāre, collacrimō, collacrimāvīweep together, weep very much, bewail, deplore

collacrumāre, collacrumō, collacriumāvīweep together, weep very much, bewail, deplore

collaudāre, collaudō, collaudāvī, collaudātumpraise or commend very much, extol highly

collocuplētāre, collocuplētō, collocuplētāvīmake very rich, enrich, embellish, enrich, adorn

commadēre, commadeōbecome very soft

commodumat a fit time, just in time, at the very nick, at the very moment, opportunely, seasonably

commōramin the presence of, before the eyes of, in the face of, before, in the own hands, in one’s presence, on the spot, forthwith, in the very act, present in one’s own person, presence, personally

commōtāre, commōtomove very violently, agitate

complacēre, complaceō, complacuī (complacitus sum)be pleasing at the same time, please also, be very pleasing to

complūrēs, complūra; complūriummore than one, not a few, several, very many

concupiēns, concupientisvery desirous, warmly desiring, coveting

concupere, concupiōbe very desirous, to long much for

concupīscēns, concupīscentisvery desirous, warmly desiring, coveting

concupīscibilis, concupīscibileworthy to be longed for, very desirable

concupīscere, concupīscō, concupīvī (concupiī), concupītumto long much for a thing, be very desirous of, covet, aspire to, strive after

condecōrēin a very decent way, very appropriate

condēnsēre, condēnseōmake very dense, condense, press close together

condēnsāre, condēnsō, condēnsāvī, condēnsātummake very dense, condense, press close together

condēnsāre, condēnsō, condēnsāvī, condēnsātummake very dense, condense, press close together

condēnsus, condēnsa, condēnsumvery dense, close, thick, thickly covered

condignēvery worthily

condignus, condigna, condignumwholly deserving, very worthy

condūrāre, condūrōharden, make very hard

cōnfortātor, cōnfortātōris mone that strengthens very, one that strengthens a lot

coniūnctissimē vīvō cum aliquōbeing in very close contact with someone

coniunctissimus sum cum aliquōbeing in very close contact with someone

conlaudāre, conlaudō, conlaudāvī, conlaudātumpraise or commend very much, extol highly

cōnsimilitervery similarly, in like manner

cōnsplendēscere, cōnsplendēscōshine very much

cōnstupēre, cōnstupeō, cōnstupuībe very much astonished

contemperāre, contemperō, contemperāvī, contemperātummoderate by mixing, temper by mixing

contenebrāscere, contenebrāscō, contenebrāvībecome very dark, grow very dark

contenebrēscere, contenebrēscōbecome very dark, grow very dark

contenebrāre, contenebrōmake very dark, darken

continēns sumbe moderate, lie together

continēns, continentishering in itself, connected, continuous, uninterrupted, continual, consecutive, that restrains his passions, continent, moderate, temperate

contrōversiōsus, contrōversiōsa, contrōversiōsumvery much controverted

cōramin the presence of, before the eyes of, in the face of, before, in the own hands, in one’s presence, on the spot, forthwith, in the very act, present in one’s own person, presence, personally

cōrampresent in one’s own person, in one’s own presence, personally, in one’s presence, in their own hands, in the very act

corōnae modicī circulīwreaths of moderate circumference, wreaths of moderate perimeter

crāpulentus, crāpulenta, crāpulentumvery much intoxicated

craterītes, craterītae ma very hard unknown precious stone

crocotillus, crocotilla, crocotillumvery slight

Croesī, Croesōrum mmen as rich as Croesus, very rich men

cubīle, cubīlis nplace of rest, couch, bed, marriage-bed, nest, lair, hole, kennel, couch of the setting sun, joint of a stone, bed of a stone, beam, the very den of something, the very lair of something

cum cūrā dīligentiāque scrīberewrite very carefully

dēcrepitus, dēcrepita, dēcrepitumvery old, decrepit

dēmagisvery much

dēmānevery early

dēmumat length, at last, not till then, just, precisely, especially, exactly, indeed, not till, in fact, in very truth, certainly, only, solely, exclusively, finally, in fine

dēnigrāre, dēnigrōblacken utterly, dye very black, color very black, blacken, asperse, defame

dērīdiculus, dērīdicula, dērīdiculumvery laughable, ridiculous

dētrīmentōsus, dētrīmentōsa, dētrīmentōsumhurtful, detrimental, lossy, very disadvantageous, very harmful

dīlaudāre, dīlaudōpraise in all respects, praise very much

ex unguiculīs (= ἐξ ὀνύχων)from the very finger-tips, through and through

fēlīx ter et ampliusvery happy, over and over happy

fortūnae dēterrimathe very depraved rabble

fortūnīs secundīs ūtorlive in brilliant circumstances, I am doing very well, I am doing brilliantly, be blessed with fortunate goods

māgnā sollicitūdine hōc nūntiō afficiorbe very unpleasantly surprised by this news

minimum in mē esse arbitrorhave very little self-confidence

pertinācitervery fast or firmly, very tenaciously, persistently, constantly, firmly, steadily, perseveringly, obstinately, stubbornly, pertinaciously

pertināx, pertinācisthat holds fast, that clings firmly, very tenacious, firm, constant, steadfast, persevering, unyielding, obstinate, pertinacious, stubborn

pessimus est rērum nostrārum statusour community is in a very bad way

praeclārē agitur cum aliquōsomeone is doing very well

proximēnearest, very near, next, shortly before, shortly after, last, very closely, very nicely, very accurately

sāplūtus, sāplūta, sāplūtumvery rich

scrūpulōsus, scrūpulōsa, scrūpulōsumvery nice, exact, precise, anxious, careful, scrupulous

sēdātus, sēdāta, sēdātumcomposed, moderate, calm, quiet, tranquil, sedate

senectus, senecta, senectumaged, very old

sīdus, sīderis nStars united in a figure, a group of stars, a constellation, sky, heavens, a very great height, ornament, pride, glory, season of the year, climate, weather

silīgo, silīginis fkind of very white wheat, winter wheat, fine wheaten flour

sitīculōsus, sitīculōsa, sitīculōsumvery dry, parched, arid, producing thirst

sōbrius, sōbria, sōbriumnot drunk, sober, not intoxicating, moderate, temperate, continent, even-minded, clever, sensible, prudent, reasonable, cautious

status, stata, statum (sisto)appointed, fixed, regular, moderate, average, normal

stīlla, stīllae fdrop, small quantity, a very little, moment

submittere, submittō, submīsī, submissumput in the place of, substitute for, supersede, cherish, court, let down, lower, sink, drop, lower, let down, make lower, reduce, moderate, send secretly, despatch secretly, provide secretly, send off, despatch, supply

sūbula, sūbulae fawl, a very small weapon

suīllās carnēs mīrum in modum amōI love pork very much

summittere, summittō, summīsī, summissumsupersede, cherish, court, let down, lower, sink, drop, lower, let down, make lower, reduce, moderate, send secretly, despatch secretly, provide secretly, send off, despatch, supply

summopere (= summō opere)with great difficulty, very much

summus, summī mthe highest, the very highest

sūmptuōsus, sūmptuōsa, sūmptuōsumvery expensive, very costly, that costs much, dear, expensive, sumptuous, spending much, lavish, wasteful, extravagant

superabundantervery abundantly

superabundāre, superabundō, superabundāvībe very abundant, superabound

superbus, superba, superbumhaughty, proud, arrogant, insolent, discourteous, uncivil, rude, supercilious, domineering, delicate, fastidious, squeamish, very severe, utterly impartial, uncivil, arrogant, proud, superior, excellent, distinguished, splendid, magnificent, superb

superexcellēns, superexcellentisvery excellent, superexcellent

supersapere, supersapiōpossess very good taste

supersapere, supersapiōpossess very good taste

tantopere (tantō opere)so greatly, in so high a degree, so very

temperāns ā cibō vīnōquemoderate in eating and enjoying wine

temperāns, temperantisobserving moderation, sober, moderate, temperate

temperātus, temperāta, temperātumduly arranged, duly prepared, limited, moderate, temperate

temperāre, temperō, temperāvī, temperātumobserve proper measure, moderate one’s self, restrain one’s self, forbear, abstain, be moderate, be temperate, abstain from, refrain from, spare, be indulgent to any thing

tītivillīcium, tītivillīciī nvery small trifle, bagatelle

tittibilīcium, tittibilīciī nvery small trifle, bagatelle

toga vitreavery thin toga, very fine toga

totso many, so great a number, such a great number, so very many, such and such a number, so few

tōtō corpore perhorrēscōbe very horrified, tremble all over the body, shaking all over the body

triparcus, triparca, triparcumvery sparing, stingy, niggardly

tripotēns, tripotentisvery powerful

trochilus, trochilī mvery small bird, golden-crested wren, trochil, semicircular hollow running round the base of a column, casement, scotia

tuī percupidus sumI am very inclined to you, I am very fond of you

Tūsculum, Tūsculī na very ancient town of Latium, on a hill near the modern Frascati

ungellula, ungellulae fvery little claw

unguellula, unguellulae fvery little claw

ūnō digitulōwith the little finger, child's easy, very simple, baby light

urbs praevalidavery powerful city, very mighty city

urbs sitū ad aspectum praeclāra estthe location of the city is very beautiful

ūrceātim pluitit pours like from cans, it rains very strongly

ut ad minima veniamto quote very trivial things

vaegrandis, vaegrandenot very large, little, small, diminutive

vaepallidus, vaepallida, vaepallidumdeathly pale, corpse pale, very pale

valdē [valdius, valdissimē]strongly, stoutly, vehemently, mightily, powerfully, exceedingly, very

validēstrongly, stoutly, vehemently, mightily, powerfully, exceedingly, very

vapōreus, vapōrea, vapōreumdissolving in haze, void, very hot, full heat, full steam

vēgrandis, vēgrandenot very large, little, small, diminutive, very great

vehemēns, vehementisvery eager, violent, furious, impetuous, ardent, vehement, active, forcible, vigorous, powerful, mighty, strong

vehementereagerly, impetuously, ardently, violently, earnestly, vehemently, strongly, forcibly, powerfully, exceedingly, extremely, very much

vēlōcissimē refugiō, escape with lightning speed, escape very quickly

venēnōsēvery poisonously

venēnōsus, venēnōsa, venēnōsumfull of poison, very poisonous

vēpallidus, vēpallida, vēpallidum deathly pale, corpse pale, very pale

vidēlicetit is easy to see, it is clear, it is evident, clearly, plainly, evidently, manifestly, it is very plain, of course, forsooth

vīlissimē nātusfrom very low origin

vir ad efficiendum ācerrimusa very energetic man, a very active man, a very effective man

vir gravis et sevērusa man of very great seriousness, a very serious man

vir īnsīgnis industriaea very active man

vir iūstus īdemque sapientissimusa just and at the same time very wise man

vir omnium callidissimusthe man superior to all in cunning, the very cleverest

vir perēlegantis ingeniīa very fine head

vir summī labōrisa very active man

volvere, volvō, volvī, volūtumbe vividly engaged in something, be very active about something

zāplūtus, zāplūta, zāplūtumvery rich

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