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  5. "The comrades fill the cups."

"The comrades fill the cups."

Translation:Comites pocula implent.

December 12, 2019

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ComitēsComes • companion, comrade, partner, attendant, servant • (Medieval Latin) a count, an earl, Comitissa countess

PōculaPōculum a drinking cup • From Proto-Italic pōtlo- (with the instrument suffix -tlo-, that yields -culum, compare Sanskrit पात्र (pātra, “drinking vessel”)), from PIE peh₃- (“drink”). Compare bibo.

ImplentImpleō fill, fulfill, fill up, fill full; cover, satisfy, satiate, make fat or fleshy, fill, fatten, make pregnant, impregnate, amount or fill up to, fill up, take up, (figuratively) I complete, finish, end, fulfill, execute, satisfy. • • From in- +‎ Pleō to fill, to fulfill • From Proto-Italic plēō, from PIE pleh₁- (“to fill”). Related to plēnus. • Derived terms: compleō, ēpleō, expleō, impleō, oppleō, repleō, suppleō, centuplus, decuplus, duplus, octuplus, quadruplus, sescuplus/ sesquiplus, simplus, triplus • Related terms: manipulus, plēbs, plēnus, plērus, populus

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