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aperte

Μὴ φῦναι τὸν ἅπαντα νικᾷ λόγον -> Not to be born is, past all prizing, best.
Sophocles, Oedipus Coloneus l. 1225

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

ăpertē⁹ (apertus),
1 ouvertement, à découvert : rem publicam aperte petere Cic. Cat. 1, 12, attaquer ouvertement l’état
2 clairement : planius atque apertius dicam Cic. Com. 43, je parlerai plus nettement et plus clairement ; apertissime planissimeque aliquid explicare Cic. Verr. 2, 2, 156, exposer qqch. de la manière la plus claire et la plus nette.

Latin > German (Georges)

apertē, Adv. m. Compar. u. Superl. (apertus), offen, a) offen = vor unsern od. vor aller Augen, vor der Welt, öffentlich, augenscheinlich, offenbar (Ggstz. tecte, occulte, furtim, clam), rem petere, Cic.: resistere, Sall.: pugnare, Cic. fr.: hostem videre, Cic.: desciscere, Liv.: amare, Ov.: mentiri, Cic.: adulari, Cic.: dolorem ferre paulo apertius, Cic.: laetitiam apertissime ferre, Cic. – b) offen = offenherzig, unverhohlen, geradeheraus, ohne Rückhalt, dah. auch ungeniert, plump (Ggstz. dissimulanter), quae restant loqui, Ter.: narrare, Ter.: scribere, Cic.: aperte palamque (vor allen Leuten) dicere, Cic.: tam ap. fallere dolis, Ter.: alqm ap. insimulare, Cic.: aperte indicat (lex) posse rationem haberi non praesentis, Cic. – planius atque apertius dicam, Cic.: ut genera quam possem apertissime otenderem, Quint.

Latin > English

aperte apertius, apertissime ADV :: openly, publicly; manifestly; w/o disguise/reserve; plainly, clearly, frankly