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Latest revision as of 19:44, 20 March 2020

English > Greek (Woodhouse)

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subs.

chastiser: P. and V. κολαστής, ὁ, ἐπιτιμητής, ὁ (Plat.), P. σωφρονιστής, ὁ, V. εὔθυνος, ὁ.

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

corrector: (conr-), ōris, m. id.,
I a corrector, improver.
I In gen. (rare but class.): corrector atque emendator nostrae civitatis, Cic. Balb. 8, 20: asperitatis et invidiae et irae, Hor. Ep. 2, 1, 129: unus legum usus, Liv. 45, 32, 7: peccantium, Sen. Ira, 2, 10, 7 al.—Absol., Ter. Ad. 4, 7, 24: corrector Bestius, i. e. a preacher of morals, Hor. Ep. 1, 15, 37: pessimus quisque correctorem asperrime patitur, Sen. Ira, 3, 36, 4. —
II In the time of the emperors, the title of a kind of land-bailiff, a governor, Dig. 1, 18, 10; Eutr. 9, 13.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

corrēctŏr,¹⁴ ōris, m. (corrigo), celui qui redresse, qui corrige, qui améliore, qui réforme : Cic. Balbo 20 ; Liv. 45, 32, 7 || abst] celui qui fait la morale, censeur : Hor. Ep. 1, 15, 37 || [à l’époque impériale] titre de certains administrateurs de provinces : Dig. 1, 18, 10.

Latin > German (Georges)

corrēctor, ōris, m. (corrigo), I) der Berichtiger, Verbesserer, a) lebl. Ggstde.: c. atque emendator nostrae civitatis, Cic.: u. (v. lebl. Subjj.) usus, qui unus est legum c., Liv.: u. absol., MI. illud quod cecĭdit forte id arte ut corrigas (ausgleichest). DE. corrector, Ausgleicher! Ter. – in moral. Beziehung, disciplinae castrorum corrector emendatorque, Plin. pan.: disciplinae militaris et morum magna ex parte corrector, Eutr.: c. pravitatis humanae, Lact.: asperitatis et invidiae c., Umwandler des störrigen Sinnes usw., Hor. – b) einer Pers., der tadelnde Zurechtweiser, im üblen Sinne der Splitterrichter, Hofmeister, hic c., Cic.: emendator et c. noster, Cic. – in moral. Beziehung, c. peccantium, Sen.: correctorem asperrime pati, Sen. – II) ein kaiserl. Landvogt in den kleineren Provinzen, bes. in Italien, der auf Ordnung zu sehen u. die kaiserl. Gebäude zu beaufsichtigen hatte, Lucaniae, Eutr.: Italiae, Inscr.: correctoris (Tusciae) potestas, Amm.: correctores et praesides provinciarum, ICt.

Spanish > Greek

διορθωτήρ, διορθωτής

Latin > English

corrector correctoris N M :: corrector/improver, reformer; one who sets things right; financial commissioner