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entire: P. and V. παντελής, τέλειος, τέλεος.

pure, sheer: P. εἰλικρινής, ἁπλοῦς, ἄκρατος.

supreme in authority: P. and V. κύριος.

despotic, adj.: P. and V. τυραννικός, P. δεσποτικός.

arbitrary: Ar. and P. αὐτοκράτωρ.

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Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

absŏlūtē: adv., v. absolvo, P. a.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

absŏlūtē,¹⁵ d’une façon achevée, parfaite : Cic. Ac. 2, 55 ; Tusc. 4, 38 ; Or. 227 ; absolutius Plin. Min. Ep. 4, 27, 2 ; absolutissime Her. 2, 28 || d’une façon générale : Tert. Or. 21, etc. || [gramm.] absolument : Prisc. ; Don. Andr. 817 ; Eun. 459 ; Ad. 49 ; Phorm. 52.

Latin > German (Georges)

absolūtē, Adv. m. Compar. (Plin. ep. 4, 27, 2) u. Superl. (Cornif. rhet. 2, 28) (absolutus), I) in sich abgeschlossen, vollständig, vollkommen, Cic. u.a.: vivere, vollk. (= sittlich rein), Cic.: abs. doctus (Ggstz. mediocriter doctus), Suet. – II) ohne Zusatz, geradezu, schlechthin, inscriptum esse, Plin.: respondere, unbedingt, absolut, kategorisch, ICt.: dicere, ohne Umschweife, unumwunden, Amm. u. Auson. – als gramm. t.t., ohne Kasus, absolut, proferre verba transitiva, Prisc.: multa verba absolute sine coniunctione casus alicuius solent proferri, Prisc.

Latin > English

absolute absolutius, absolutissime ADV :: completely, absolutely; perfectly; without qualification, simply, unreservedly