: at that time (referring to a time specified, either past or future)

- French: alors

- German: dann

- Italian: poi

- Portuguese: então

- Spanish: entonces

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: the exterior line, limit, or border of a country

- French: côte

- German: die Küste

- Italian: costa

- Portuguese: costa

- Spanish: costa

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: lying at full length, or spread out, upon the ground

- French: plat

- German: die Wohnung

- Italian: pavimento

- Portuguese: plano

- Spanish: plano

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: usually, one who utters a speech in public

- French: haut-parleur

- German: der Redner

- Italian: altoparlante

- Portuguese: caixa de som

- Spanish: altavoz

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: to pursue for the purpose of killing or taking, as an enemy, or game

- French: poursuite

- German: die Jagd

- Italian: persecuzione

- Portuguese: perseguir

- Spanish: persecución

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: supreme power; sovereignty

- French: empire

- Italian: impero

- Portuguese: império

- Spanish: imperio

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: having brief length or linear extension

- French: court

- German: kurz

- Italian: basso / corto

- Portuguese: curto / baixo

- Spanish: corto

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: to rescue from a state of condemnation and spiritual death, and bring into a state of spiritual life

- French: sauve

- German: speichern, sparen, retten

- Portuguese: salvar

- Spanish: salva

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: admitted willingly to the house, entertainment, or company

- German: die Begrüßung

- Italian: benvenuto

- Portuguese: bem vindo

- Spanish: bienvenido

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: having incurred guilt

- French: coupable

- German: schuldig

- Italian: colpevole

- Portuguese: culpado

- Spanish: culpable

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: one who, or that which, resembles another in distinctive qualities or traits of character

- French: Frère

- German: der Bruder

- Italian: fratello

- Portuguese: irmão

- Spanish: el hermano

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: the ceremonies observed in consecrating a church

- French: Cérémonie

- German: Zeremonie

- Italian: cerimonia

- Portuguese: cerimônia

- Spanish: ceremonia

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: consisting of three united

- French: triple

- German: dreifach

- Portuguese: triplicar

- Spanish: triple

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: any movement designed to effect a new arrangement or disposition

- French: Évolution

- German: die Evolution

- Italian: evoluzione

- Portuguese: evolução

- Spanish: evolución

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: to explain or tell the meaning of

- French: Interpréter

- German: deutet

- Italian: interprete/interpretare

- Portuguese: interpretar

- Spanish: interpretar

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: a composition, generally poetical, holding up vice or folly to reprobation

- French: Satire

- German: die Satire

- Italian: satira

- Portuguese: sátira

- Spanish: sátira

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: a kind of juice or sap, usually white in color, found in certain plants

- French: lait

- German: die Milch

- Italian: latte

- Portuguese: leite

- Spanish: leche

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: one who begets, or brings forth, offspring

- French: parent

- German: der Elter

- Italian: genitore

- Portuguese: pai

- Spanish: padre

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: not artifical, foreign, assumed, put on, or acquired

- French: Naturel

- German: natürlich

- Italian: naturale

- Portuguese: natural

- Spanish: natural

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: to pass by riding, or in any manner, to a distant place, or to many places

- French: voyage

- German: reisen

- Italian: viaggio

- Portuguese: viagem

- Spanish: viaje

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