|it is a matter that concerns you||tua res agitur|
|a comic matter cannot be expressed in tragic verse (Horace)||versibus exponi tragicis res comica non vult|
|a matter expressed causes that to cease which otherwise would have been implied||expressum facit cessare tacitum|
|a matter that has been adjudged is accepted as a truth||judicata res pro veritate accipitur|
|A true friend is discerned during an uncertain matter||Amicus certus in re incerta cernitur|
|Against the matter (property)||In rem|
|As a matter of formality||Pro forma|
|but in every matter the consensus among all nations is to be regarded as the law of nature (Cicero)||omni autem in re consensio omnium gentium lex naturæ putanda est|
|by virtue of office (i.e., as a matter of duty)||ex officio|
|concerning goat’s wool (i.e., a worthless matter)||de lana caprina|
|consult your friend on everything, but particularly on what concerns yourself (Seneca)||omnia cum amico delibera, sed de (te) ipso prius|
|firmly in the matter (and) gently in the manner (or, resolute in the deed, but gentle in the approach)||fortiter in re, (et) suaviter in modo|
|for the perpetual remembrance of a thing (or, of the matter)||ad perpetuam rei memoriam|
|Having discharged his duty and thus ceased to have any authority over a matter||Functus officio|
|I have spoken. (I will say no more on the matter, and no one else may speak further)||Dixi|
|in that matter||ibidem, illic|
|in the present state of manners, the matter is brought to this point, that, if any man pays a debt, the creditor must accept it as a favor (Terence)||præsertim ut nunc sunt mores, adeo res redit, si quisquis reddit, magna habenda est gratia|
|in the same place, at the moment, in that matter||ibidem|
|it has not a bad smell (i.e., money, no matter its source) (Suetonius)||non olet|
|it is but a small matter to be good in the eye of the law (Seneca)||exiguum est ad legem bonum esse|
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