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  • audacter audacius, audacissime ADV :: boldly, audaciously, confidently, proudly, fearlessly; impudently, rashly audacter: adv., v. audax. audāctĕr
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  • sok. sein, zu etc., audere mit folg. Infin. – Adv.audacter. – libere (freimütig); auch verb. audacter libereque (z.B. dicere). – Kühnheit, audentia (Dreistigkeit
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  • Adv.confidenter; audacter; temere. – k. behaupten, confidentius od. pro certo affirmare: ich behaupte es k. (als Parenthese), audacter dico. – Keckheit
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  • audaciae consilium. – sehr v. sein, magnā audaciā affectum esse. – Adv. audacter; confidenter; temere. ⇢ Look up in: Wiktionary EN | Dict.cc | Navigium
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  • exercitum efficiebat. – Adv.animose; fortiter; forti animo; alacri animo; audacter. – m. sterben, fortiter mori. ⇢ Look up in: Wiktionary EN | Dict.cc |
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  • exuere. – ich trage Sch., zu etc., s. scheuen no. a. – ohne Sch., impavide. audacter (ohne Zittern und Zagen, kühm); oblitus pudoris et verecundiae (ohne Scheu
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  • ob verheiratet od. nicht, A) im allg., Cic. u.a.: verächtl., mulier es, audacter iuras, Plaut.: pergin mulier esse? immer noch nach Weiberart? Ter. – B)
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  • inverecundus (unbescheiden). – procax. protervus (frech, w. s.). – Adv.audacter; fidenter; confidenter od. confidentius; impavide; intrepide; inverecunde;
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  • Superl. (timidus), furchtsam, schüchtern, scheu, behutsam (Ggstz. fidenter, audacter), Cic. u.a.
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  • abiectā omni cunctatione (ohne Zögern); confidenter (mit Zuversicht); audacter (kühn): ohne alles B., sine ulla dubitatione. – B. tragen (Bedenklichkeit
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  • Prov. 4.—    b audacter (the usu. class. form): loquere audacter patri, Plaut. Trin. 2, 2, 82: monere, Ter. Heaut. 1, 1, 6: audacter inter reges versari
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  • kühn). – Adv.animose; fidenter; animo fidenti od. praesenti; impavide; audacter. – b. sein, animo esse fidenti od. praesenti: nicht so b. sein wie ein
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  • quamvis facetum atque salsum, id. de Or. 2, 56, 228: quamvis callide, quamvis audacter, quamvis impudenter, id. Verr. 2, 2, 54, § 134: quamvis subito, id. Lael
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  • (guten Mutes sein). – Adv.sine metu; sine timore; impavide; intrepide; audacter. – Furchtlosigkeit, metus nullus (keine Furcht). – audacia (Kühnheit, Unerschrockenheit)
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  • consciencieux et mieux préparé, cf. Cic. Phil. 2, 79 ; ad dicendum veniebat magis audacter quam parate Cic. Br. 241, il abordait la parole avec plus d’audace que
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  • B. sich [vom Arzte] behandeln lassen, curari se pati: u. fort. at. que audacter sententiam dicere). – impigre (z.B. se movere). – industrie (z.B. alqd
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  • sentire, Cic.: servire (Ggstz. superbe dominari), Liv.: ferre infamiam, Sen.: audacter territas, humiliter placas, Cornif. rhet. 4, 28.
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  • qu’à la naissance), cf. Cic. Fam. 13, 24, 2 ; Sall. C. 9, 1 ; f) magis audacter quam parate Cic. Br. 241, avec plus d’audace que de préparation ; disertus
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  • inconsulte et incaute, Liv., inconsulte ac temere, Cic., inconsulte et audacter (Ggstz. consulte et timide), Liv.: inconsultius processisse, Caes. b. c
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  • the foll. γ and b. β.—    (g)    With adverbs or adverbial phrases: satis audacter, Plaut. Am. 2, 2, 208: satis certo scio, id. Ps. 4, 5, 5: satis superbe
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