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tālis e, adj.,

such, of such a kind, such like, the like : aliquid tale putavi fore: tale quicquam facere, L.: nihil ut tale ullā in re p. reperiatur: nil metuens tale, O.—With qualis: talis est quaeque res p., qualis eius natura, qui illam regit: Quale solet viscum virere . . . Talis erat species, V.— With atque: Faxo tali eum mactatum, atque hic est, infortunio, T.: honos tali populi R. voluntate paucis est delatus ac mihi.—With ut: tales nos esse putamus, ut iure laudemur: talia esse scio, ut, etc., L.—With qui: talem te esse oportet, qui primum te seiungas, etc.—Referring to what is to be said, the following, as follows, such as this, thus, these words: talia fatur: Salve, etc., V.: tali modo liberatus, as follows, N.—Of such an especial kind, so distinguished, so great, so extreme, such: Talem, tali ingenio, etc., T.: quibus rebus tantis talibus gestis, etc.: urbīs tantas atque talīs: pro tali facinore, Cs.: in tali tempore, at so critical a time, L.

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