Translation: from english

Motto

  • 1 motto

    noun
    , pl. mottoes
    1) Motto, das

    my motto is ‘live and let live’ — meine Devise ist "leben und leben lassen"

    2) (in cracker) Spruch, der
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    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) das Motto
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) der Spruch
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    mot·to
    <pl -s or -es>
    [ˈmɒtəʊ, AM ˈmɑ:t̬oʊ]
    n Motto nt, Devise f, Wahlspruch m
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    ['mɒtəʊ]
    n pl - es
    Motto nt, Wahlspruch m; (personal also) Devise f; (HER ALSO) Sinnspruch m; (in cracker, on calendar) Spruch m
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    motto [ˈmɒtəʊ; US ˈmɑ-] pl -toes, -tos s
    1. Motto n:
    a) Denk-, Sinnspruch m
    b) Wahlspruch m
    c) Kennwort n
    2. MUS Leitthema n
    3. Scherzspruch m (als Beilage zu Karnevalsartikeln etc)
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    noun
    , pl. mottoes
    1) Motto, das

    my motto is ‘live and let live’ — meine Devise ist "leben und leben lassen"

    2) (in cracker) Spruch, der
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    n.
    Devise -n f.
    Leitspruch m.
    Motto -s n.
    Sinnspruch m.

    English-german dictionary > motto

  • 2 motto

    ['mɒtəʊ]
    nome motto m., massima f.
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    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) motto
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) massima, detto
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    motto /ˈmɒtəʊ/
    n. (pl. mottos, mottoes)
    1 motto; detto; massima; sentenza: ‘Seize the day’ is my motto, Il mio motto è ‘cogli l'attimo’
    3 (arald.) divisa; motto.
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    ['mɒtəʊ]
    nome motto m., massima f.

    English-Italian dictionary > motto

  • 3 motto

    'motəu
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) lema
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) lema
    motto n lema
    tr['mɒtəʊ]
    motto ['mɑt̬o:] n, pl - toes : lema m
    n.
    divisa s.f.
    epígrafe s.m.
    lema s.m.
    leyenda s.f.
    mote s.m.
    'mɑːtəʊ, 'mɒtəʊ
    noun (pl - toes) (of family, school) lema m, divisa f
    ['mɒtǝʊ]
    N (pl mottoes or mottos)
    1) [of family, person] lema m
    2) (Heraldry) divisa f
    3) (=watchword) consigna f
    4) (in cracker) (=joke) chiste m
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    ['mɑːtəʊ, 'mɒtəʊ]
    noun (pl - toes) (of family, school) lema m, divisa f

    English-spanish dictionary > motto

  • 4 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) motto; valgsprog
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) visdomsord
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    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) motto; valgsprog
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) visdomsord

    English-Danish dictionary > motto

  • 5 motto

    mottó, jelige, jelmondat
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    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) mottó
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) jelmondat

    English-Hungarian dictionary > motto

  • 6 motto

    motto motto noun (pl. -oes or -os) • a short sentence or phrase that expresses the aims and beliefs of a person, a group, an institution, etc. and is used as a rule of behaviour • 座右铭;格言;箴言:
    »The schoolˈs motto is: ˈDuty, Honour, Countryˈ.
    这所学校的校训是:"责任、荣誉、国家"。
    »ˈLive and let live.ˈ Thatˈs my motto.
    "待人宽如待己。"这就是我的座右铭。
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    ['mɔtәu]
    n. 座右銘, 格言, 題詞, 箋言

    English-Chinese dictionary > motto

  • 7 motto

    • ohjelause
    • iskulause
    • johtolause
    • tunnus
    • tunnuslause
    • vaalilause
    • mielilause
    • motto
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    'motəu
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) motto
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) kasku

    English-Finnish dictionary > motto

  • 8 motto

    ['mɔtəu]
    pl mottoes, n
    (of school, in book) motto nt; ( watchword) motto nt (życiowe), dewiza f
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    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) dewiza
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) epigram

    English-Polish dictionary > motto

  • 9 motto

    [ˈmɔtəu]
    motto (pl oes) девиз, лозунг motto девиз, лозунг motto эпиграф motto эпитаф

    English-Russian short dictionary > motto

  • 10 motto

    n. motto; slogan; ordspråk, valspråk
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    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.)
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.)

    English-Swedish dictionary > motto

  • 11 motto

    девиз имя существительное:

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > motto

  • 12 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) einkunnarorð
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) spakmæli

    English-Icelandic dictionary > motto

  • 13 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) lema
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) dito
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    mot.to
    [m'ɔtou] n 1 mote, lema, divisa. 2 Mus motivo.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > motto

  • 14 motto

    n. arma simgesi, parola, özlü söz, vecize
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    ilke
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    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) düstur, özdeyiş
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) niyet

    English-Turkish dictionary > motto

  • 15 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.)
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.)
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    [mɔtou]
    noun
    moto, geslo; epigraf

    English-Slovenian dictionary > motto

  • 16 motto

    n. lijfspreuk; motto
    [ mottoo] 〈meervoud: ook mottoes〉

    English-Dutch dictionary > motto

  • 17 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) moto; devīze
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) []teiciens
    * * *
    devīze, moto

    English-Latvian dictionary > motto

  • 18 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) moto, devizas
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) šmaikštus pamokymas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > motto

  • 19 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) moto, téma
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) průpovídka
    * * *
    • heslo
    • moto
    • devíza

    English-Czech dictionary > motto

  • 20 motto

    ['motəu]
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.) moto; deviză
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.) răvaş

    English-Romanian dictionary > motto

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  • motto — / mɔt:o/ s.m. [lat. mottum, affine a mutire o muttire mormorare ]. 1. [frase arguta, spiritosa e sim.] ▶◀ [➨ motteggio (2)]. ● Espressioni: motto di spirito ▶◀ [➨ spiritosità (2)]. 2 …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • motto — (n.) 1580s, from It. motto a saying, legend attached to a heraldic design, from L.L. muttum grunt, word, from L. muttire to mutter, mumble, murmur (see MUTTER (Cf. mutter)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • motto —    mòtto    (s.m.) È una delle specie della sentenza. All occorrenza qualsiasi bella frase può può essere assunta come motto da citare. È un specie di sentenza …   Dizionario di retorica par stefano arduini & matteo damiani

  • Motto — Motto: Das Fremdwort für »Wahl , Leitspruch« wurde im 18. Jh. aus it. motto »Witzwort; Wahlspruch« entlehnt, das wie entsprechend frz. mot »Wort« (↑ Bonmot) auf vlat. muttum »Muckser; Wort« zurückgeht. Dies gehört zu einer Reihe von… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • Motto — (ital.), 1) Denk od. Sinnspruch; 2) sinnreicher Satz, als Überschrift einer Abhandlung, Erzählung u. dgl …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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