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sententia Sen

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  • sen|ten´tious|ne — sen|ten|tious «sehn TEHN shuhs», adjective. 1. full of meaning; saying much in few words: »grave reflections and sententious maxims. SYNONYM(S): pithy. 2. speaking as if one were a judge settling a question. 3. inclined to make wise sayings;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sen|ten´tious|ly — sen|ten|tious «sehn TEHN shuhs», adjective. 1. full of meaning; saying much in few words: »grave reflections and sententious maxims. SYNONYM(S): pithy. 2. speaking as if one were a judge settling a question. 3. inclined to make wise sayings;… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sen|ten|tious — «sehn TEHN shuhs», adjective. 1. full of meaning; saying much in few words: »grave reflections and sententious maxims. SYNONYM(S): pithy. 2. speaking as if one were a judge settling a question. 3. inclined to make wise sayings; abounding in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sententia — sen·ten·tia (sĕn tĕnʹshə, shē ə) n. pl. sen·ten·ti·ae ( shē ē ) An adage or aphorism.   [Latin. See sentence.] * * * …   Universalium

  • sen|tence — «SEHN tuhns», noun, verb, tenced, tenc|ing. –n. 1. a group of words (or sometimes a single word) that is grammatically complete and expresses a statement, request, command, question, or exclamation. A sentence normally contains a subject and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sen|ten|ti|a — «sehn TEHN shee uh», noun, plural ti|ae « shee ee». a pithy or pointed statement; aphorism or epigram. ╂[< Latin sententia opinion; see etym. under sentence (Cf. ↑sentence)] …   Useful english dictionary

  • sententia — sen·ten·tia …   English syllables

  • sentenziös — sen|ten|zi|ös 〈Adj.〉 1. in der Art einer Sentenz formuliert, knapp, zugespitzt 2. reich an Sentenzen * * * sen|ten|zi|ös <Adj.> [frz. sentencieux, zu: sentence = Sentenz < lat. sententia, ↑Sentenz] (bildungsspr.): a) in der Art einer… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • sententious — sen|ten|tious [senˈtenʃəs] adj formal [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: sententiosus full of meaning , from sententia; SENTENCE1] telling people how they should behave used in order to show disapproval ▪ sententious remarks >sententiously adv …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sentence — sen•tence [[t]ˈsɛn tns[/t]] n. v. tenced, tenc•ing 1) gram. a structurally independent grammatical unit of one or more words, in speech often preceded and followed by pauses and in writing begun with a capital letter and ended with a period or… …   From formal English to slang

  • sentenza — sen·tèn·za s.f. 1a. CO TS dir. provvedimento con cui il giudice definisce, in tutto o in parte, il processo civile o penale sottoposto al suo giudizio | il documento scritto che registra tale provvedimento 1b. TS dir. → pronuncia 2. CO frase… …   Dizionario italiano


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