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Cum laude magnumWith great success
bonum virum facile crederes, magnum libenteryou might believe a good man easily, a great man with pleasure (Tacitus)
Cum LaudeWith praise
dignum laude virum Musa vetat morithe Muse forbids the virtuous man to die (Horace)
grave paupertas malum est, et intolerabile, quæ magnum domat populumthe poverty that oppresses a great people is a grievous and intolerable evil
habet aliquid ex iniquo omne magnum exemplum, quod contra singulos, utilitate publica rependiturevery great example of punishment has in it some tincture of injustice, but the wrong to individuals is compensated by the promotion of the public good (Tacitus)
hic transitus efficit magnum vitæ compediumthis change effects a great savings of life (i.e., of time)
In dentibus anticis frustrum magnum spiniciae habesYou have a big piece of spinach in your front teeth
Magna cum laudeWith great honour or academic distinction
Magna cum laudeWith great praise
magna vis est, magnum nomen, unum et idem sentientis senatusgreat is the power, great the authority, of a senate which is unanimous in its opinions (Cicero)
Magnum bonumA great good
magnum est argumentum in utroque fuisse moderatumit speaks volumes for a man that, when placed in quite different situations, he displays in each the same spirit of moderation
magnum hoc ego duco quod placui tibi qui turpi secernis honestumI account it a great honor that I have pleased a man like you, who knows so well to discriminate between the base and the honorable (Horace)
magnum hoc vitium vino est, pedes captat primum; luctator dolosu ’stthis is the great fault of wine, it first trips up the feet; it is a cunning wrestler (Plautus)
magnum in parvoa great amount in a small space
magnum pauperies opprobrium jubet quidvis aut facere aut patipoverty, that deep disgrace, bids us do or suffer anything (Horace)
magnum vectigal est parsimoniaeconomy (or thrift) is a great revenue (Cicero)
multa novit vulpis, sed felis unum magnumthe fox knows many devices, the cat only one great one (i.e., to run up a tree)
nihil est aliud magnum quam multa minutaevery great thing is composed of many things that are small
nil magnum nisi bonumnothing is great unless it is good
nimia illæc licentia profecto evadet in aliquod magnum malumthis excessive license will most certainly eventuate in some great evil (Terence)
non id quod magnum est pulchrum est, sed id quod pulchrum magnumnot that which is great is beautiful, but that which is beautiful is great
non intelligunt homines quam magnum vectigal sit parsimoniamen do not understand what a great revenue is thrift (Cicero)
Nullum magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiaeThere is no one great ability without a mixture of madness (Seneca)
nullum magnum ingenium sine mixtura dementiæ fuitthere has not been any great genius without an element of madness (Seneca)
nullum magnum malum quod extremum estno evil is great which is the last (i.e., people have endured all manner of ills believing that there was no more to come) (Cornelius Nepos)
opus magnumgreat work
parsimonia est magnum vectigalthrift is a great revenue (Cicero)
parvula scintilla sæpe magnum suscitavit incendiuma very small spark has often kindled a great conflagration
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