|ready to speak little or to speak much||multa tacere loquive paratus|
|(dictum ) to say, tell, speak, name, call, pronounce||dico|
|a man always ready to give advice, and that the most judicious||homo multi consilii et optimi|
|a man ready for whatever may come (Quintilian)||omnium horarum homo|
|adapt, adjust, make ready, or fit||adapto|
|always ready (motto of the U.S. Coast Guard)||semper paratus|
|always ready to serve my country||semper patriæ servire præsto|
|any rumor is sufficient against calamity (i.e., when a disaster happens, every report confirming it obtains ready credence)||ad calamitatem quilibet rumor valet|
|any untrained person, priest, Jew, monk, play actor, barber, or old wife is ready to prescribe for you in sickness||fingunt se medicos quivis idiota, sacerdos, Judæus, monachus, histrio, rasor, anus|
|Arcadians both, and both equally skilled in the song, and ready in the response (Virgil)||Arcades ambo, et cantare pares, et respondere parati|
|begins to speak||infit|
|Deeds, not words. (Actions speak louder than words)||Facta, non verba|
|do not speak ill of your enemy, but plan it (Publilius Syrus)||de inimico non loquaris male sed cogites|
|eloquent, fluent, ready of speech||facundus|
|enough eloquence, not enough wisdom (i.e., those who speak well do not always think well) (Sallust)||satis eloquentiæ, sapientiæ parum|
|Even as we speak, time speeds swiftly away (Horace)||Dum loquimor fugerit invida aetas|
|ever ready||semper præcinctus|
|from the short space of life you should exclude distant hopes; for while we speak, the envious hours are passing away; seize the day, trusting little as possible to what comes after (Horace)||spatio brevi spem longam reseces; dum loquimur, fugerit invida ætas; carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero|
|get ready/ set||paro|
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