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a bow kept taut will quickly break, but kept loosely strung, it will serve you when you need it (Phædrus)cito rumpes arcum, semper si tensum habueris, at si laxaris, quum voles, erit utilis
all sweet things quickly bring satiety (or satisfaction) (Macrobius)omne quod dulce est cito satiat
as quickly as possiblequantocius quantotius
for a tear is quickly dried, especially when shed for the misfortunes of others (Cicero)cito enim arescit lacrima, præsertim in alienis malis
for the one who wishes to become rich wishes to become rich quickly (Juvenal)nam dives qui fieri vult, et cito vult fieri
go about, go ahead, proceed, attackgrassor
has so great a gladiator so quickly accepted a wooden foil? (i.e., retired) (Cicero)tam bonus gladiator rudem tam cito accepisti?
hastily, quickly, rapidlycursim
He does not proceedNon prosequitur
he gives twice who gives quickly (Cervantes)bis dat qui cito dat
He gives twice who quickly gives. (Publius Syrus)Bis dat qui cito dat
I proceed and am more prosperousmoveo et proficior
it is something to proceed thus far, if it be not permitted to go farther (Horace)est quadam (or quoddam) prodire tenus, si non datur ultra
let him proceed as he began, and be consistent with himself (Horace)qualis ab incepto processerit et sibi constet
no just man ever became rich quickly (Menander)nunquam vir æquus dives evasit cito
O how quickly passes the glory of the world!O quam cito transit gloria mundi!
O how quickly the world’s glory passes away! (Thomas à Kempis)O quam cito transit gloria mundi!
once he was taken from our sight, his memory quickly passed out of our minds (Thomas à Kempis)cum autem sublatus fuerit ab oculis, etiam cito transit e mente
praise is bestowed on virtue but vanishes more quickly than frost in the Spring (Livius Andronicus)præstatur laus virtuti, sed multo ocius verno gelu tabescit
quickly, rapidly, speedilycito
quickly, rapidly, swiftlyvelociter
rapidly, quickly, swiftly, speedilyceleriter
the examples of vice at home more easily and more quickly corrupt us than others, since they steal into our minds under the highest authority (Juvenal)velocius ac citius nos corrumpunt vitiorum exempla domestica, magnis cum subeant animos auctoribus
the flower of our brief and narrow existence fades rapidly into decline, its course is quickly ended; whilst we drink, and call for garlands, for perfumes, and for girls, old age steals upon us by surprise (Juvenal)festinat decurrere velox flosculus angustæ, miseræque brevissima vitæ portio; dum bibimus, dum serta, unguenta, puellas poscimus, obrepit non intellecta senectus
the one who desires to become rich desires to become rich quickly (Juvenal)dives qui fieri vult, et cito vult fieri
the one who gives quickly gives a double benefit to the needy (Publilius Syrus and Seneca)inopi beneficium bis dat, qui dat celeriter
the spoil that is sought by many hands quickly accumulates (Ovid)fit cito per multas præda petita manus
to continue, proceed, go on withpergo
to go ahead, proceed, advance, continueprocedo
to go forth, advance, proceed, go outprogredior
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