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opīniō ōnis, f

opinor, opinion, supposition, conjecture, fancy, belief, expectation: recens boni praesentis: varietas inter homines opinionis: ut opinio nostra est, as I suppose: Romulus habuit opinionem esse, etc., held the belief that: fuisse in illā opinione, held the opinion: evellam ex animis hominum tantam opinionem? so strong a prejudice: eorum opinioni accedo, qui, etc., Ta.: in eam opinionem Caesennam adducebat, ut, made believe: praebere opinionem timoris, semblance, Cs.: hac opinione discessi, ut, etc., in the belief: praeter nostram opinionem, expectation, T.: ut omnia contra opinionem acciderent, Cs.: praeter opinionem cadere, N.: amplius opinione, beyond expectation, S.: opinione celerius, sooner than was expected.—Appreciation, esteem, reputation, opinion, estimate, expectation: opinio, quam de meis moribus habebat: integritatis meae: genus scriptorum tuorum vicit opinionem meam, surpassed my expectation: summam habere iustitiae opinionem, be in great repute for, Cs.A report, rumor: edita in volgus, Cs.: opinio sine auctore exierat, eas conspirasse, etc., L.

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