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interpres etis, m and f

PRAT-, a middleman, mediator, broker, factor, negotiator: interpretes corrumpendi iudici: pacis, L.: divūm, messenger (i. e. Mercury), V.: harum curarum Iuno, i. e. of the anxieties of love, V.An explainer, expounder, translator, interpreter: iuris: caeli, astronomer: mentis oratio: interprete linguā, H.: metus interpres semper in deteriora inclinatus, L.: comitiorum, i. e. the Haruspices (who tell whether the comitia are properly held): portentorum, a soothsayer: nec converti, ut interpres, sed ut orator, translator: fidus, literal, H.: veridica deūm, L.An interpreter, dragoman: fidi interpretes adhibentur, S.: isti nobis cum interprete audiendi sunt.

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