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Roman Forum

  • 1 Temple of Vesta (The temple in the Roman Forum of great antiquity; there burned the perpetual fire of the public hearth attended by the Vestal Virgins)

    Религия: храм Весты

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > Temple of Vesta (The temple in the Roman Forum of great antiquity; there burned the perpetual fire of the public hearth attended by the Vestal Virgins)

  • 2 Temple of Vesta

    Религия: (The temple in the Roman Forum of great antiquity; there burned the perpetual fire of the public hearth attended by the Vestal Virgins) храм Весты

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > Temple of Vesta

  • 3 forum

    'fo:rəm
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) foro
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) foro

    fórum sustantivo masculino conference, forum, debate ' fórum' also found in these entries: Spanish: FORATOM - foro English: forum
    tr['fɔːrəm]
    1 foro
    forum ['forəm] n, pl - rums : foro m
    n.
    (§ pl.: fora or forums) = asamblea s.f.
    foro s.m.
    tribunal s.m.
    'fɔːrəm
    noun foro m
    ['fɔːrǝm]
    N (pl forums or fora) [ˌ'fɔːrǝ] foro m ; (fig) tribunal m, foro m
    * * *
    ['fɔːrəm]
    noun foro m

    English-spanish dictionary > forum

  • 4 forum

    noun
    (also Roman Hist.) Forum, das
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    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) das Forum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) der Marktplatz
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    fo·rum
    [ˈfɔ:rəm]
    n
    1.
    <pl -s>
    (for discussion) Forum nt
    a \forum for debate ein Diskussionsforum nt
    2.
    <pl fora>
    HIST (in ancient Rome) Forum nt, [Markt]platz m
    3. LAW Gerichtsstand m
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    ['fɔːrəm]
    n
    Forum nt
    * * *
    forum [ˈfɔːrəm; US auch ˈfəʊ-] pl -rums, -ra [-rə] s
    1. Antike: Forum n (auch fig)
    2. JUR
    a) Gericht n, Tribunal n (auch fig)
    b) Br Gerichtsstand m, örtliche Zuständigkeit
    3. Forum n, (öffentliche) Diskussion(sveranstaltung)
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    noun
    (also Roman Hist.) Forum, das
    * * *
    n.
    (§ pl.: fora or forums)
    = Forum Foren n.

    English-german dictionary > forum

  • 5 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forum
    * * *
    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forum

    English-Danish dictionary > forum

  • 6 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) staður ætlaður til almennra umræðna
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) (markaðs)torg

    English-Icelandic dictionary > forum

  • 7 forum

    fórum
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    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) fórum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) fórum

    English-Hungarian dictionary > forum

  • 8 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) foro
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) foro
    * * *
    fo.rum
    [f'ɔ:rəm] n 1 foro, fórum, praça pública na antiga Roma. 2 reunião pública ou lugar onde se debatem os negócios públicos. 3 tribunal, foro.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > forum

  • 9 forum

    n. forum, oturum, toplantı, mahkeme, pazar yeri (eski roma)
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    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) meydan
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) pazar yeri

    English-Turkish dictionary > forum

  • 10 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forum
    * * *
    [fɔ:rəm]
    noun
    pristojna oblast, pristojno mesto; sodišče

    English-Slovenian dictionary > forum

  • 11 forum

    • oikeuspaikka
    • näyttämö
    law
    • tuomioistuin
    • foorumi
    • tapahtumapaikka
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    'fo:rəm
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) foorumi
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) tori

    English-Finnish dictionary > forum

  • 12 forum

    ['fɔːrəm]
    nome (pl. forums, -a)
    1) stor. dir. (place) foro m.
    2) (meeting) forum m.
    * * *
    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) foro, tribunale
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) foro
    * * *
    forum /ˈfɔ:rəm/
    n. (pl. forums, fora)
    1 forum ( anche Internet); tribuna; area di dibattito; spazio aperto: a forum on politics, una tribuna politica
    2 (leg. e fig.) foro; tribunale: the forum of public opinion, il tribunale dell'opinione pubblica
    3 (stor. romana) foro.
    * * *
    ['fɔːrəm]
    nome (pl. forums, -a)
    1) stor. dir. (place) foro m.
    2) (meeting) forum m.

    English-Italian dictionary > forum

  • 13 forum

    ['fɔːrəm]
    n
    forum nt
    * * *
    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forum

    English-Polish dictionary > forum

  • 14 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forums; diskusiju vieta
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forums
    * * *
    forums; tiesa; vieta; disputs, diskusija

    English-Latvian dictionary > forum

  • 15 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forumas
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forumas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > forum

  • 16 forum

    n. forum, plattform; stadstorget, marknaden (i antikens Rom)
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    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forum

    English-Swedish dictionary > forum

  • 17 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) fórum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) fórum
    * * *
    • fórum

    English-Czech dictionary > forum

  • 18 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) forum
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) forum

    English-Romanian dictionary > forum

  • 19 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) δημόσιος χώρος συζητήσεων
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) αρχαία αγορά

    English-Greek dictionary > forum

  • 20 forum

    ['fo:rəm]
    1) (any public place in which discussions take place, speeches are made etc: In modern times the television studio is as much a forum for public opinion as the market-places of ancient Rome used to be.) 討論會, 論壇
    2) (a market-place in ancient Roman cities and towns.) 古羅馬城鎮的市場

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > forum

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