Definition of "et" [et]

  • (conjunction) and
  • (verb) Simple past tense and past participle of eat.

Use "et" in a sentence

  • "[34] See Matthiæ, who explains it: "_me et supplicem_, qui mortem deprecetur, _et fortem_, qui mortem contemnat, _dicere licet_.""
  • "[20] Jules Simon: _Etudes sur la Théodicée de Platon et d'Aristote_, p. 88, _et al. _; Davidson: _Theism and Human Nature_, p. 45."
  • "The idiom is different from the _et pudet et_ construction seen at xv 29 'et pudet et metuo [' I am both embarrassed and afraid '] semperque eademque precari' and _Tr_ V vii 57-58 'et pudet et fateor [' I confess with embarrassment '], iam desuetudine longa/uix subeunt ipsi uerba Latina mihi'."

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