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broken jelentése latinul

AngolLatin
broken (fragmented)
adjective
[UK: ˈbrəʊkən]
[US: ˈbroʊkən]

ruptusadjective

broken adjective
[UK: ˈbrəʊkən]
[US: ˈbroʊkən]

confractus [confracta, confractum]adjective

deruptus [derupta -um, deruptior -or -us, deruptissimus -a -um]adjective

fractusadjectiveThe pen is broken. = Calamus fractus est.

infractus [infracta, infractum]adjective

praefractus [praefracta, praefractum]adjective

broken (off) around adjective

circumfractus [circumfracta, circumfractum]adjective

broken, abrupt adjective

concisus [concisa -um, concisior -or -us, concisissimus -a -um]adjective

broken, shattered adjective

comminutus [comminuta, comminutum]adjective

broken / debilitated adjective

perditus [perdita -um, perditior -or -us, perditissimus -a -um]adjective

broken off before end adjective

praefractus [praefracta -um, praefractior -or -us, praefractissimus -a -um]adjective

(PASS) get broken verb

disrumpo [disrumpere, disrupi, disruptus](3rd) TRANS
verb

be broken up verb

dissilio [dissilire, dissilui, -](4th)
verb

cause to be broken against, crush / strike / break against verb

adfrango [adfrangere, -, -](3rd) TRANS
verb

adfringo [adfringere, -, -](3rd) TRANS
verb

affrango [affrangere, -, -](3rd) TRANS
verb

affringo [affringere, -, -](3rd) TRANS
verb

continuous, lasting, unbroken in time, perpetual, neverending adjective

perpes [(gen.), perpetis]adjective

continuous, unbroken, uninterrupted adjective

continens [continentis (gen.), continentior -or -us, continentissimus -a -um]adjective

easily broken up adjective

solutilis [solutilis, solutile]adjective

fragment, piece broken off noun

fragmen [fragminis](3rd) N
noun

in unbroken succession adverb

jugiteradverb

knit (broken bones), grow together, heal verb

confervo [confervere, conferbui, -](3rd) INTRANS
verb

confervo [confervere, confervui, -](3rd) INTRANS
verb

maimed, broken, mutilated adjective

mutilus [mutila, mutilum]adjective

not broken off (L+S) adjective

inabruptus [inabrupta, inabruptum]adjective

one whose legs / shins are broken noun

crurifragius [crurifragii](2nd) M
noun

plow (unbroken land) verb
[UK: ˈplaʊ]
[US: ˈplaʊ]

proscindo [proscindere, proscidi, proscissus](3rd)
verb

potsherd, fragment of broken earthenware pot noun

testula [testulae](1st) F
noun

rough, uneven, broken adjective

confragosus [confragosa -um, confragosior -or -us, confragosissimus -a -um]adjective

confragus [confraga, confragum]adjective

rough / broken / uneven ground noun

aspretum [aspreti](2nd) N
noun

rough / uneven / broken ground noun

confragosum [confragosi](2nd) N
noun

trash (pl.), old / broken stuff noun

scrutum [scruti](2nd) N
noun

unbroken (whole, not divided into parts)
adjective
[UK: ˌʌn.ˈbrəʊkən]
[US: ˌʌnˈbro.ʊkən]

irruptusadjective

unbroken adjective
[UK: ˌʌn.ˈbrəʊkən]
[US: ˌʌnˈbro.ʊkən]

inabruptus [inabrupta, inabruptum]adjective

soldus [solda, soldum]adjective

unbroken, unsevered adjective

inruptus [inrupta, inruptum]adjective

unbroken / continuously / without pause, uninterruptedly adverb

continenteradverb

unbroken / whole adjective

solidus [solida -um, solidior -or -us, solidissimus -a -um]adjective

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