- n.拉丁文; 拉丁语，拉丁文学; 拉丁美洲人; 拉丁姆人;
- adj.拉丁的，拉丁语的; 古罗马的; 拉丁姆的; 拉丁美洲的;
- 复数: Latins;
Carol is a tall, dark, Latin type of woman.
Latin and Greek will be squeezed out of school timetables.
Above its doors was a Latin inscription: Non omnia possumus omnes.
He broke with the tradition of setting examinations in Latin.
Her new classmates knew no Latin.
Latin America lacked skilled labour.
It's astonishing, he's learned Latin in three hours!
"Data" is the Latin plural form of "datum".
Creolized forms of Latin were spoken in various parts of Europe.
Many English words are derived from Latin and Greek.
The Latin term " Vulpes " is the generic name for the various type of fox.
拉丁术语 “ Vulpes ” 是不同种类狐狸的属名.
Over drinks , he speaks longingly of his trip to Latin America.
Many English words are derived from Latin and Greek words.
Many English words are derivatives of Latin words.
Professor Calen steeps himself in Latin.
The Grand Tourist was typically a young man with a thorough grounding in Greek and Latin literature as well as some leisure time, some means, and some interest in art.
Early slaves were generally denied education, but Wheatley was allowed by her owner to study poetry, Latin and the Bible.
1. any dialect of the language of ancient Rome
2. an inhabitant of ancient Latium
3. a person who is a member of those peoples whose languages derived from Latin
1. of or relating to the ancient Latins or the Latin language;
"Latin verb conjugations"
2. having or resembling the psychology or temper characteristic of people of Latin America;
"very Latin in temperament"
"a Latin disdain"
"his hot Latin blood"
3. relating to people or countries speaking Romance languages;
4. relating to languages derived from Latin;
5. of or relating to the ancient region of Latium;