Translation of "ceterum censeo" into English

Sample translated sentence: Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam. ↔ Moreover, I judge that Carthage must be annihilated.

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  • Literally, "however, I reckon". A formulaic expression used to end a speech by reinforcing one, often unrelated, major view.

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Ceterum censeo Carthaginem esse delendam.
Moreover, I judge that Carthage must be annihilated.
Ceterum eo senatus die quo de imperio Vespasiani censebant, placuerat mitti ad principem legatos.
On the day, however, that the Senate was voting about the Imperial dignities of Vespasian, it had been resolved that envoys should be sent to the new Emperor.
ceterum tempora illa adeo infecta et adulatione sordida fuere ut non modo primores civitatis, quibus claritudo sua obsequiis protegenda erat, sed omnes consulares, magna pars eorum qui praetura functi multique etiam pedarii senatores certatim exsurgerent foedaque et nimia censerent.
So corrupted indeed and debased was that age by sycophancy that not only the foremost citizens who were forced to save their grandeur by servility, but every exconsul, most of the ex-praetors and a host of inferior senators would rise in eager rivalry to propose shameful and preposterous motions.