pronunciation: IPA: /sunt/

Translations into English:

  • are       
    (Verbal  ) (noun   )
     
    third-person plural simple present indicative form of be
  • there is   
    (Verb  ) (verb   ) [termType: phraseologicalUnit]
     
    third-person singular simple present indicative form of there be
     
    third-person singular simple present indicative form of there be
     
    third-person singular simple present indicative form of there be
  • there are   
    [termType: phraseologicalUnit]

Other meanings:

 
third-person plural present active indicative of sum "they are" "they exist"

Similar phrases in dictionary Latin English. (16)

Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius.
Kill them all. For the Lord knows those who are his.
entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem
entities must not be multiplied beyond necessity
hic sunt dracones
here there are dragons; here be dragons
hic sunt leones
here there are lions
naturalia non sunt turpia
What is natural is not dirty
Omnes homines sunt asini vel homines et asini sunt asini
All men are donkeys or men and donkeys are donkeys
Omnia Bona Sunt Quae Bonum Finem Habeant
All’s Well That Ends Well
pacta sunt servanda
agreements must be kept
quaecumque sunt vera
whatsoever is true
sunt lacrimae rerum
there are tears for things
sunt omnes unum
they are all one
sunt pueri pueri, pueri puerilia tractant
Children are children, and children do childish things
ubi sunt
where are they?
ubi sunt latrina
where is the toilet
ubi sunt latrina?
where is the toilet
verba ita sunt intelligenda ut res magis valeat quam pereat
words are to be understood such that the subject matter may be more effective than wasted

Example sentences with "sunt", translation memory

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la Feles homines non sunt.
en A cat is not a person.
la Hae fenestrae ab eo apertae sunt.
en These windows are opened by him.
la Quippe et vera bona, quae in virtutibus sita sunt, impleverat, et consulari ac triumphalibus ornamentis praedito quid aliud adstruere fortuna poterat? Opibus nimiis non gaudebat, speciosae [non] contigerant.
en Those true blessings, indeed, which consist in virtue, he had fully attained; and on one who had reached the honours of a consulate and a triumph, what more had fortune to bestow? Immense wealth had no attractions for him, and wealth he had, even to splendour.
la Ubi ex ea turri, quae circum essent opera, tueri se posse confisi sunt, musculum pedes LX longum ex materia bipedali, quem a turri latericia ad hostium turrim murumque perducerent, facere instituerunt; cuius musculi haec erat forma.
en When they were confident that they could protect the works which lay around from this turret, they resolved to build a musculus, sixty feet long, of timber, two feet square, and to extend it from the brick tower to the enemy's tower and wall.
la At veteranae legionis milites, item conflictati et tempestatis et sentinae vitiis, neque ex pristina virtute remittendum aliquid putaverunt, et tractandis condicionibus et simulatione deditionis extracto primo noctis tempore gubernatorem in terram navem eicere cogunt, ipsi idoneum locum nacti reliquam noctis partem ibi confecerunt et luce prima missis ad eos ab Otacilio equitibus, qui eam partem orae maritimae asservabant, circiter CCCC, quique eos armati ex praesidio secuti sunt, se defenderunt et nonnullis eorum interfectis incolumes se ad nostros receperunt.
en But the soldiers of the veteran legion, who had also struggled, not only with the inclemency of the weather, but by laboring at the pump, thought it their duty to remit nothing of their former valor: and having protracted the beginning of the night in settling the terms, under pretense of surrendering, they obliged the pilot to run the ship aground: and having got a convenient place on the shore, they spent the rest of the night there, and at day-break, when Otacilius had sent against them a party of the horse, who guarded that part of the coast, to the number of four hundred, beside some armed men, who had followed them from the garrison, they made a brave defense, and having killed some of them, retreated in safety to our army.
la Lintea sordida sunt.
en The towels are dirty.
la dum legiones de ordine agminis sortiuntur, equites prorupere; et mirum dictu, a paucioribus Othonianis quo minus in vallum inpingerentur, Italicae legionis virtute deterriti sunt: ea strictis mucronibus redire pulsos et pugnam resumere coegit.
en While the legions were casting lots for the order of march, the cavalry charged, and, strange to say, were kept only by the courage of the Italian legion from being driven back on the entrenchments by an inferior force of Othonianists. These men, at the sword's point, compelled the beaten squadron to wheel round and resume the conflict.
la His de rebus Caesar certior factus et infirmitatem Gallorum veritus, quod sunt in consiliis capiendis mobiles et novis plerumque rebus student, nihil his committendum existimavit. Est enim hoc Gallicae consuetudinis, uti et viatores etiam invitos consistere cogant et quid quisque eorum de quaque re audierit aut cognoverit quaerant et mercatores in oppidis vulgus circumsistat quibus ex regionibus veniant quas ibi res cognoverint pronuntiare cogat.
en Caesar, when informed of these matters, fearing the fickle disposition of the Gauls, who are easily prompted to take up resolutions, and much addicted to change, considered that nothing was to be intrusted to them; for it is the custom of that people to compel travelers to stop, even against their inclination, and inquire what they may have heard, or may know, respecting any matter; and in towns the common people throng around merchants and force them to state from what countries they come, and what affairs they know of there.
la et rursus re ad patres relata, prohibiti publice in decem annos eius modi coetu Pompeiani collegiaque, quae contra leges instituerant, dissoluta; Livineius et qui alii seditionem conciverant exilio multati sunt.
en Livineius and the others who had excited the disturbance, were punished with exile.
la Mihi ne illud quidem accidit, ut Alexandrino atque Africano bello interessem; quae bella quamquam ex parte nobis Caesaris sermone sunt nota, tamen aliter audimus ea, quae rerum novitate aut admiratione nos capiunt, aliter, quae pro testimonio sumus dicturi.
en But I had not even the good fortune to share in the Alexandrian or African war; and though these were partly communicated to me by Caesar himself, in conversation, yet we listen with a different degree of attention to those things which strike us with admiration by their novelty, and those which we design to attest to posterity.
la terram vestram ceterorumque Gallorum ingressi sunt duces imperatoresque Romani nulla cupidine, sed maioribus vestris invocantibus, quos discordiae usque ad exitium fatigabant, et acciti auxilio Germani sociis pariter atque hostibus servitutem imposuerant.
en Roman generals and Emperors entered your territory, as they did the rest of Gaul, with no ambitious purposes, but at the solicitation of your ancestors, who were wearied to the last extremity by intestine strife, while the Germans, whom they had summoned to their help, had imposed their yoke alike on friend and foe.
la sane ego displiceam: sunt alii legati, tribuni, centurio denique aut miles.
en It may be that I do not satisfy you; you may fall back on other legates or tribunes, on some centurion, even on some common soldier.
la Canes in horto sunt.
en The dogs are in the garden.
la Definitur et numerus: centeni ex singulis pagis sunt: idque ipsum inter suos vocantur; et quod primo numerus fuit, jam nomen et honor est.
en Their number is fixed,--a hundred from each canton; and from this they take their name among their countrymen, so that what was originally a mere number has now become a title of distinction.
la Quot linguae in Europa sunt?
en How many languages are there in Europe?
la Lintea in cubiculo quinto decimo non sunt.
en There are no towels in room 15.
la Quos Caesaris equites consecuti partim interfecerunt, partim vivorum sunt potiti. Deinde protinus collem petere contenderunt atque eum decusso Labieni praesidio celeriter occupaverunt.
en Caesar's horse pursuing them, slew some, and took others prisoners; then making toward the hill drove thence Labienus's detachment and immediately took possession.
la Robertus et Didymus fratres sunt.
en Bob and Tom are brothers.
la Ludi mei tibi ludendi sunt.
en You have to play my games.
la Manus lavo, quia sordidae sunt.
en I'm washing my hands because they're dirty.
la viginti clarissimarum familiarum imagines antelatae sunt, Manlii, Quinctii aliaque eiusdem nobilitatis nomina.
en The busts of twenty most illustrious families were borne in the procession, with the names of Manlius, Quinctius, and others of equal rank.
la Reddite quae sunt Caesaris, Caesari et, quae sunt Dei, Deo.
en Render that which is Caesar's to Caesar, and that which is God's to God.
la Pacta sunt servanda.
en Agreements must be kept.
la neque fletu et lacrimis auxilium eius orantium flexus est, quin daret profectionis signum et comitantes in partem agminis acciperet: si quos imbellis sexus aut fessa aetas vel loci dulcedo attinuerat, ab hoste oppressi sunt.
en Nor did the tears and weeping of the people, as they implored his aid, deter him from giving the signal of departure and receiving into his army all who would go with him. Those who were chained to the spot by the weakness of their sex, or the infirmity of age, or the attractions of the place, were cut off by the enemy.
la Tres raedae tibi sunt.
en You have three cars.
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