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negotiatio

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Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

nĕgōtĭātĭo: (nĕgōc-), ōnis, f. negotior,
I a doing business by the wholesale, wholesale business, banking business; also in gen., any business or traffic (class.): reliquiae Asiaticae negotiationis, Cic. Fam. 6 8, 2; 13, 66, 2: negotiationes vel privato pudendae, Suet. Vesp. 16; Plin. 6, 28, 32, § 157: pecuaria, Col. 8, 1, 1: sagaria et lintearia, Dig. 14, 4, 5: cum quis tabernae aut cuilibet negotiationi filium servumve ... praeposuerit, Gai. Inst. 4, 71: argenti, Vulg. Prov. 3, 14: nolite facere domum Patris mei domum negotiationis, ib. Joan. 2, 16.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

nĕgōtĭātĭō,¹² ōnis, f. (negotior), négoce, commerce en grand, entreprise commerciale : Cic. Fam. 6, 8, 2 ; 13, 66, 2 ; Plin. 6, 157 || commerce, trafic : Gaius Inst. 4, 71.

Latin > German (Georges)

negōtiātio, ōnis, f. (negotior), I) das Geschäft-, der Handel im Großen, das Bankiergeschäft, der Großhandel, reliquiae negotiationis veteris od. Asiaticae, Reste der noch einzutreibenden Gelder, Cic.: qui nunc praecipue negotiatione delectantur, sich gern Geldgeschäften widmen, Val. Max. – II) zur Kaiserzt. = jeder Handel, pecuaria, Colum.: lignaria, Capit.: sagaria, ICt.: fabaria, Inscr.: sordidae negotiationis aucupia, Ambr.: negotiationes privato pudendae, Suet.: constat negotiatio omnis ex empto et vendito (aus Kauf u. Verkauf), Sen.

Latin > English

negotiatio negotiationis N F :: business