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grātiās agere
to thank
vītam agere
to live a life
cōnsilium capere
to form a plan
sē recipere
to retreat
proelium committere
to begin or join battle
in fugam conicere
to put to flight
in fugam dare
to put to flight
in fugam sēsē dare
to flee
inter sē dare
to exchange
iter dare
to give the right of way
poenam dare
to suffer punishment or pay the penalty
causam dīcere
to plead a case
bellum dūcere
to prolong the war
in mātrimōnium dūcere
to marry
mūrum perdūcere
to construct a wall
nāvem dēdūcere
to launch a ship
certiōrem facere
to inform
certior fierī
to be informed
imperāta facere
to obey commands
iter facere
to march
potestātem facere
to give an opportunity
proelium facere
to engage in battle
verba facere
to speak
vim facere
to use force
aegrē ferre
to be annoyed at
signa ferre
to advance
sē cōnferre
to proceed
bellum īnferre
to make war
grātiam referre
to show gratitude
pedem referre
to retreat
sē referre
to go back, return
grātiam habēre
to feel grateful
in animō habēre
to intend
ōratiōnem habēre
to deliver a speech
pedibus īre
to go on foot, walk
castra movēre
to break camp
viam mūnīre
to build a road
castra pōnere
to pitch camp
plūrimum posse
to be very powerful
nāvem solvere
to set sail
memoriā tenēre
to remember
terga vertere
to turn and flee
ā dextrō cornū
on the right wing
ā sinistrō cornū
on the left wing
in summō monte
on the top of the mountain
magnum iter
a forced march
mīlle passūs
a mile
mīlia passuum
miles
multā nocte
late at night
nāvis longa
a battleship
nāvis onerāria
a transport
nē...quidem
not even
nōn iam
no longer
nōn modo...sed etiam
not only...but also
nōn nūllī
some
nōn numquam
sometimes
novissimum agmen
the rear
prīmum agmen
the van
prīmā lūce
at dawn
quā de causā
for this reason
quam celerrimē
as quickly as possible
quam prīmum
as soon as possible
rēs frūmentāria
grain supply
rēs gestae
deeds, achievements
rēs mīlitaris
military science
rēs novae
a revolution
rēs pūblica
government, state
simul atque (ac)
as soon as
sōlis occāsū
at sunset
sub monte
at the foot of the mountain