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tradit opem quicumque suam · male providus hosti, poena
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 trado, tradere, tradidi, traditushand over, surrender; deliver; bequeath; relateHand über die Übergabe; liefern; vererben; beziehenremettre, rendre ; livrer ; léguer ; rapporter consegnare, la rinuncia, consegnare, lasciare in eredità, si riferisconoentregar, entregarse; entregar; legar; relacionarse
tradit ops, opis Fpower, might; help; influence; resources/wealthMacht, könnten; helfen, Einfluss, Ressourcen / Wealthpuissance, force ; aide ; influence ; ressources/richesse potenza, forza; aiuto; influenza, risorse / ricchezzaenergía, fuerza; ayuda; influencia; recursos/abundancia
tradit opem quicumque, cuiuscumque who/whatever, no matter who/what, in any time/way, however smallwer / was auch immer, egal wer / was in jeder Zeit / Art und Weise, wie kleinqui/quoi que, n'importe qui/ce qui, dans n'importe quand/manière, de quelque manière que petite Chi / qualunque cosa, non importa chi / che cosa, in ogni tempo / modo, per quanto piccoloquién/lo que, cualquiera/qué, en en caulquier momento/manera, al menos pequeña
tradit opem qui, quae, quodwho, whichder, die, das; welcher, welche, welchesL'OMS, quichi, cheque, que
tradit opem quicumque suus, sua, suumhis/one's, her, hers, its; their, theirssein ein "s, ihr, ihr, ihre, ihr, ihrensien/son, elle, sienne, son ; leur, leur la sua / un 's, lei, lei, la sua, la loro, la loroel suyo/su, ella, la suya, su; su, el suyo
tradit opem quicumque suo, suere, sui, sutussew together/up, stitchzusammennähen / bis, Stichcoudre together/up, point cucire insieme / up, stitchcoser together/up, puntada
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tradit opem quicumque suam · male, pejus, pessimebadly, ill, wrongly, wickedly, unfortunately; extremelyschlecht, schlecht, falsch, böse, leider, extremmal, mal, à tort, méchamment, malheureusement, trèsmale, male, a torto, perfidamente, purtroppo, estremamentemal, mal, mal, mal adquirido, por desgracia, muy
tradit opem quicumque suam · malus, maliapple treeApfelbaumpommierApple Treemanzano
tradit opem quicumque suam · malus, malimast; beam; tall pole, upright pole; standard, prop, staffMast; beam; hohen Stange, aufrecht polig, Standard, prop, Personalmât; faisceau; grand poteau, debout pôle; standard, la proposition, le personnelalbero; fascio palo alto, in posizione verticale polo; standard, puntello, il personalemástil, haz; poste alto, erguido palo; propiedad estándar, el personal
tradit opem quicumque suam · malus, mala -um, pejor -or -us, -bad, evil, wicked; ugly; unluckyschlecht, böse, böse, hässlich, Pechle mauvais, mal, mauvais ; laid ; malheureux cattivo, cattivo, cattivo, brutto, sfortunatomalo, mal, travieso; feo; desafortunado
tradit opem quicumque suam · male providus, provida, providumprophetic; provident, characterized by forethoughtprophetisch, Versorgungseinrichtungen, die sich durch Vorsorgeprophétique ; prévoyant, caractérisé par prévoyance profetico, provvido, caratterizzato da previdenzaprofético; providente, caracterizado por la previsión
tradit opem quicumque suam · male providus hostis, hostisenemy; stranger, foreigner; the enemyFeind, Fremde, Ausländer, der Feindennemi ; étranger, étranger ; l'ennemi nemico, estraneo, straniero, il nemicoenemigo; extranjero, extranjero; el enemigo
tradit opem quicumque suam · male providus hostio, hostire, -, -requite, recompensevergelten, Vergeltungrétribue, une récompensecontraccambiare, ricompensareretribuir, recompensar
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tradit opem quicumque suam · male providus hosti,  poena, poenae Fpenalty, punishment; revenge/retributionStrafe, Bestrafung, Rache / Vergeltungpénalité, punition ; vengeance/hâtiment sanzione, la punizione, vendetta / punizionepena, castigo; venganza/recompensa
tradit opem quicumque suam · male providus hosti,  Poenus, Poena, PoenumCarthaginian, Punic; of/associated w/Carthage; Phoenician; scarlet, bright redKarthager, Punier, der / verknüpften w / Karthago; phönizischen, Scharlach, hellrotCarthaginois, Punic ; of/associated w/Carthage ; Phénicien ; écarlate, rouge lumineux Cartaginese, punica, di / associati w / Cartagine; fenicio; scarlatto, rosso vivoCartaginés, púnico; of/associated w/Carthage; Fenicio; escarlata, rojo brillante


 
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