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Translations into Latin:

  • limus   
    (adjective, noun   masculine )
  • obliquus   
    (adjective   )
  • transversus   
    (adjective   )
  • transvorsus   
    (adjective   )
  • traversus   
    (adjective   )

Other meanings:

 
Not expressed directly, by opposition to the accepted or proper way.
 
Not straightforward; indirect; obscure; hence, disingenuous; underhand; perverse; sinister.
 
(botany, of leaves) Having the base of the blade asymmetrical, with one side larger or extending further than the other.
 
(geometry) An oblique line.
 
The punctuation sign "/"
 
Not erect or perpendicular; neither parallel to, nor at right angles from, the base; slanting; inclined.
 
Not direct in descent; not following the line of father and son; collateral.
 
To deviate from a perpendicular line; to move in an oblique direction.
 
Describing a style of text created by slanting a roman font to simulate italics when a true italic font isn't available on the computer or printer.
 
(military) To march in a direction oblique to the line of the column or platoon; — formerly accomplished by oblique steps, now by direct steps, the men half-facing either to the right or left.
 
Neither perpendicular nor parallel.
 
(grammar) The oblique case.
 
Not straightforward

Similar phrases in dictionary English Latin. (2)

oblique casecasus generalis; casus obliquus
obliquelycessim; cossim; oblique

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Example sentences with "oblique", translation memory

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These beams were bound together by timber laid over them, in the direction of the length of the bridge, and were [then] covered over with laths and hurdles; and in addition to this, piles were driven into the water obliquely, at the lower side of the bridge, and these, serving as buttresses, and being connected with every portion of the work, sustained the force of the stream: and there were others also above the bridge, at a moderate distance; that if trunks of trees or vessels were floated down the river by the barbarians for the purpose of destroying the work, the violence of such things might be diminished by these defenses, and might not injure the bridge.Haec derecta materia iniecta contexebantur ac longuriis cratibusque consternebantur; ac nihilo setius sublicae et ad inferiorem partem fluminis oblique agebantur, quae pro ariete subiectae et cum omni opere coniunctae vim fluminis exciperent, et aliae item supra pontem mediocri spatio, ut, si arborum trunci sive naves deiciendi operis causa essent a barbaris missae, his defensoribus earum rerum vis minueretur neu ponti nocerent.
As the Spaniards were making toward it in an oblique direction, Caesar's horse espied them and attacked them, nor were they able to withstand the charge of the cavalry even for a moment, but were all surrounded and cut to pieces in the sight of the two armies.Hunc cum obliquo itinere cetrati peterent, conspicatus equitatus Caesaris in cohortes impetum fecit; nec minimam partem temporis equitum vim cetrati sustinere potuerunt omnesque ab eis circumventi in conspectu utriusque exercitus interficiuntur.
Two hills of great height were fenced in by walls which had been skilfully obliqued or bent inwards, in such a manner that the flank of an assailant was exposed to missiles.Nam duos collis in immensum editos claudebant muri per artem obliqui aut introrsus sinuati, ut latera obpugnantium ad ictus patescerent.
"The soldiers called these ""cippi."" Before these, which were arranged in oblique rows in the form of a quincunx, pits three feet deep were dug, which gradually diminished in depth to the bottom."Ante quos obliquis ordinibus in quincuncem dispositis scrobes tres in altitudinem pedes fodiebantur paulatim angustiore ad infimum fastigio.
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