Idiomatic expressions found in the book Vita Nostra: Subsidia ad Colloquia Latina by Stephen A. Berard.
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Part 3! Audio mainly in English. Expressions in this podcast:
1. prō(h) dolor : tragically
- quod dolet / fātō dolendō : unfortunately
2. poenās/poenam dare : to pay the penalty
3. cum magnō perīculō suō : at one's own peril
4. quam prīmum : as soon as possible
5. etiam cavēs! : do be careful!
6. frustrā esse : to be deceived
7. dē viā dēcēdere : to get out of the way
8. prō cōpiā : according to one's means; as good or as well as possible considering
9. nihil nōn : everything
10. ā tergō : from behind, behind in the rear
11. nihil est : it's no use; it doesn't matter, it's no big deal
12. in tempus : temporarily
13. ex magnā parte : to a large extent
- māximā ex parte : mostly
14. parvī (pretiī) esse : to be of little value
- parvī facere/habēre/exīstimāre : to consider of little value
15. (ex) omnī parte : entirely
- in omnēs partēs : in every respect, altogether
16. multā nocte : late at night
17. verbī grātiā/causā
- exemplī grātiā
18. dextrās dare/jungere : to shake hands
19. Duōs quī sequitur leporēs neutrum capit! : It's not good to have too many irons in the fire.
20. Plūs vident oculī quam oculus : Two heads are better than one.