Translation: from latin

Scope

  • 1 campus

        campus ī, m    [SCAP-], a plain, field, open country, level place: campi patentes: virentes, H.: aequor campi, V.: in aequo campi, L.: campos peragrantes: redeunt iam gramina campis, H.: campi frumenti opulenti, L.: pigri, H.: planus lateque patens, O.: in campo sui facere potestatem, in the open field, N.: ut ignes in campo obstare queratur, in the open plain, H.: agros cum suis opimis campis: tantum campi, so vast a plain, V.: Aëris in campis latis, i. e. the Elysian fields, V.: campis atque Neptuno super, on land and sea, H.—Esp., a grassy plain in Rome, along the Tiber (dedicated to Mars; hence called Campus Martius), the place of assemblage for the people at the comitia centuriata, L.: quorum audaciam reieci in Campo: Descendat in Campum petitor, H.: consularibus comitiis consecratus; it was used for games, exercise, and military drills; hence, campus noster: ludere in campo, H.: uti Et ludis et post decisa negotia Campo, H.: Quantos virūm Campus aget gemitūs (at the funeral of Marcellus), V. — A level surface (of a sea, a rock, etc., poet.): campi liquentes, V.: campus aquae, O.: inmotā attollitur undā Campus (i. e. saxum), V.— Fig., a place of action, field, theatre, arena: aequitatis: magnus in re p.: campus Per quem magnus equos Auruncae flexit alumnus, i. e. the kind of composition practised by Lucilius ( satire), Iu.— The comitia held in the Campus Martius: fors domina Campi.
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    plain; level field/surface; open space for battle/games; sea; scope; campus

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  • 2 coangustō

        coangustō —, —, āre    [com- +angustus], to limit, restrict: legem.
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    coangustare, coangustavi, coangustatus V TRANS
    confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application

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  • 3 indulgeō

        indulgeō ulsī, ultus, ēre,    to be complaisant, be kind, be tender, exercise forbearance, incline, yield, indulge, concede, grant, allow: Hactenus indulsisse vacat, thus far then I can yield, V.: Aeduorum civitati, Cs.: sic sibi indulsit, ut, etc., took such liberties, N.: irae, L.: sibi, Iu.: ipsa sibi imbecillitas indulget: legionum ardori, give scope, L.: Philippi odio, encourage, L.: ordinibus, give room, V.: cuius annis fata indulgent, favor, V.: te, T.: nimis me, T.—To give oneself up, be addicted, indulge: Vestitu nimio, T.: novis (amicitiis): vino, V.: lacrimis, O.: animo, anger, O.: Indulge hospitio, give full course, V.: si aviditati indulgeretur, L.—To concede, allow, grant, permit, give up, bestow, confer: soporem, Iu.: nil animis in corpora iuris Natura indulget, grants no power, Iu.: basia plectro, Iu.: veniam pueris, make allowance, Iu.: sese tribuno, give up, Iu.: sanguinem meum sibi indulgeri aequum censet, L.
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    indulgere, indulsi, indultus V DAT
    grant, concede; be kind to; be lenient to; give way to

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  • 4 tribūnātus

        tribūnātus ūs, m    [tribunus], the office of a tribune, tribuneship: militaris, the office of a military tribune: qui eum vexandis consulibus permissurum tribunatum credebant, i. e. would give free scope to the tribunes of the people to embarrass, etc., L.
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  • 5 artum

    narrow/limited space/limits/scope/sphere; dangerous situation, short supply

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  • 6 circumgressus

    going about; compass/circuit/scope (of a thing)

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  • 7 coaudio

    coaudire, coaudivi, coauditus V TRANS
    confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application

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  • 8 coaudito

    coauditare, coauditavi, coauditatus V TRANS
    confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow scope/application

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  • 9 comaudio

    comaudire, comaudivi, comauditus V TRANS
    confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow/limit scope/application

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  • 10 complecto

    complectere, complecti, complexus V TRANS
    embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve; lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover

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  • 11 complector

    complecti, complexus sum V DEP
    embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve; lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover

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  • 12 comprehensio

    arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception; comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words)

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  • 13 comprensio

    arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception; comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words)

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  • 14 conangusto

    conangustare, conangustavi, conangustatus V TRANS
    confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow scope/application

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  • 15 conaudito

    conauditare, conauditavi, conauditatus V TRANS
    confine to narrow space, cramp; make narrower; narrow scope/application

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  • 16 conplecto

    conplectere, conplecti, conplexus V TRANS
    embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve; lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover

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  • 17 conplector

    conplecti, conplexus sum V DEP
    embrace, hug; welcome; encircle, encompass; attain; include, bring in, involve; lay hold of, grip; seize; grasp, take in/up; sum up; include in scope, cover

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  • 18 conprehensio

    arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception; comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words)

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  • 19 conprensio

    arrest, grasping; comprehension, understanding; classifying; idea, perception; comprehensive argument; dilemma; region, zone; scope, range; grouping (words)

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  • 20 deminuo

    deminuere, deminui, deminutus V TRANS
    make smaller; cut up small; lessen/diminish/reduce (size/number/amount/scope); weaken; curtail; impair; understate; make diminutive; take away/deduct/deprive

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  • scope — scope·less; seis·mo·scope; sig·moid·o·scope; ski·a·scope; snip·er·scope; snoop·er·scope; spec·tro·he·li·o·scope; spec·tro·scope; spin·thar·i·scope; stat·i·scope; stato·scope; stau·ro·scope; stereo·scope; stro·bo·scope; syn·chron·o·scope;… …   English syllables

  • Scope — or Scopes may refer to: * Scope (programming), the range in which a variable can be referenced * Scope (mouthwash), a mouthwash brand by Procter Gamble * SCOPE (TV series) * Scope (charity), a British charity that supports people with cerebral… …   Wikipedia

  • Scope — Scope, n. [It. scopo, L. scopos a mark, aim, Gr. skopo s, a watcher, mark, aim; akin to ?, ? to view, and perh. to E. spy. Cf. {Skeptic}, {Bishop}.] 1. That at which one aims; the thing or end to which the mind directs its view; that which is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -scope — scope, scopie ♦ Éléments, du gr. skopos, skopia, de skopein « examiner, observer ». scope, scopie, scopique. éléments, du gr. skopos et skopia, de skopein, regarder, observer . ⇒ SCOPE, SCOPIE, élém. formants I. Scope. Élém. tiré du gr. ou tiré… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • scope — UK US /skəʊp/ noun [U] ► the range of things that an activity, company, law, etc. deals with: »large/ambitious in scope beyond/outside the scope of sth »He involved himself in affairs beyond the scope of his job. within the scope of sth »To come… …   Financial and business terms

  • Scope — steht für: den Sichtbarkeitsbereich einer Variable in der Programmierung, siehe Variable (Programmierung) Bereich, Ziel, Umfang im Projektmanagement, siehe Scope Management eine DSP basierte Musikplattform von Creamware, siehe Scope… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • scope — I noun ambit, amplitude, area, boundary, bounds, circle, circuit, compass, confines, demesne, expanse, extent, field, latitude, limit, locus, margin, orbit, purview, range, reach, realm, region, room, space, span, sphere, spread, stretch, sweep,… …   Law dictionary

  • Scope — est un super vilain créé par Marvel Comics. Il est apparu pour la première fois dans Marvel Comics Presents #49, en 1990. Origine Scope était un voyou travaillant pour des dealers. Il réussit à détecter Daredevil mais fut sévèrement battu par ce… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • -scope — [Gr. skopo s a watcher, spy. See {Scope}.] A combining form usually signifying an instrument for viewing (with the eye) or observing (in any way); as in microscope, telescope, altoscope, anemoscope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • scope — [ skɔp ] n. m. • 1968; de cinémascope ♦ Procédé de cinéma employant l anamorphose horizontale de l image au rapport 2. scope [skɔp] n. m. ÉTYM. 1968; de cinémascope. ❖ ♦ Anglic. Abréviation de cinémascope. || Un film en scope …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • -scope — word forming element indicating an instrument for seeing, from L.L. scopium, from Gk. skopion, from skopein to look at, examine (see SCOPE (Cf. scope) (n.1)) …   Etymology dictionary

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