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Results for: do what you are doing (i.e., attend to the work you have at hand; mind your own business) Translations: 1 – 30 / 348 English Latin do what you are doing (i.e., attend to the work you have at hand; mind your own business) age quod agis (intrans.) to work, toil, suffer, be afflicted, be troubled laboro (trans.) work out, prepare, arrange, form, elaborate laboro a benefit is estimated according to the mind of the giver (Seneca) eodem animo beneficium debetur, quo datur a delightful insanity; a most pleasing error of the mind (Horace) amabilis insania; mentis gratissimus error a good mind possesses a kingdom (Seneca) mens bona regnum possidet a great effort for great trifles (i.e., so much work for so little gain) (Terence) magno conatu magnas nugas a great mind becomes a great fortune (Seneca) magnam fortunam magnus animus decet A greedy mind is satisfied with no amount of gain Avarus animus nullo satiatur lucro a hand from the clouds manus e nubibus a little or small work, a small book opusculus a man more clear-sighted for business than Lynceus or Argus, and eyes all over (Appuleius) homo ad res perspicacior Lynceo vel Argo, et oculeus totus a mind conscious of integrity (Ovid) conscia mens recti a mind conscious of its own integrity (i.e., a good conscience) (Horace) mens sibi conscia recti A mind conscious of its rectitude Mens sibi conscia recti a mind conscious of uprightness (or integrity) mens conscia recti a mind diseased cannot bear anything harsh (Ovid) mensque pati durum sustinet ægra nihil a mind undisturbed in adversities mens æqua (rebus) in arduis a most delightful reverie of the mind (i.e., an hallucination) (Horace) mentis gratissimus error a multitude of books distracts the mind (i.e., his learning is wide but shallow) (Seneca) distrahit animum librorum multitudo a noble mind digests even the most painful injuries spiritus durissima coquit a patient mind is the best remedy for trouble (Plautus) animus æquus optimum est ærumnæ condimentum a physic for the mind (i.e., books) (a Greek phrase) psyches iatreion a right hand employed in glorious deeds claris dextra factis a sound and vigorous mind is the highest possession integra mens augustissima possessio A sound mind in a sound body. (Juvenalis) Mens sana in corpore sano a weak foundation destroys the work upon which it is built debile fundamentum fallit opus a well-balanced mind is not wanting (i.e., equanimity does not fail us) animus non deficit æquus a work full of dangerous hazard (i.e., a business pregnant with danger) periculosæ plenum opus aleæ a work of nature, not of art naturæ non artis opus
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