relatus


relatus
[st1]1 [-] rĕlātus, a, um : part. passé de refero.    - abnuere de re relatum, Tac. : refuser de mettre une affaire en délibération. [st1]2 [-] rĕlātŭs, ūs, m. : - [abcl][b]a - relation (d'un fait), récit, exposé, narration. - [abcl]b - action de rapporter une affaire, rapport, délibération, ordre du jour.[/b]    - neque relatu virtutum opus est, Tac. : et il n'y a pas besoin de rappeler leurs vertus.
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[st1]1 [-] rĕlātus, a, um : part. passé de refero.    - abnuere de re relatum, Tac. : refuser de mettre une affaire en délibération. [st1]2 [-] rĕlātŭs, ūs, m. : - [abcl][b]a - relation (d'un fait), récit, exposé, narration. - [abcl]b - action de rapporter une affaire, rapport, délibération, ordre du jour.[/b]    - neque relatu virtutum opus est, Tac. : et il n'y a pas besoin de rappeler leurs vertus.
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    Relatus, pen. prod. Participium. Cic. Reporté.
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    Relatus, relatus, relatiui, Verbale. Tacit. Relation, Recit.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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