|Aio, quantitas magna frumentorum est||Yes, that is a very large amount of corn|
|consuetudinis magna vis est||great is the force of habit (Cicero)|
|Consuetudinis magna vis est||The force of habit is great. (Cicero)|
|cui mens divinior atque os magna sonaturum des nominis hujus honorem||to the one whose soul is more than ordinarily divine, and who has the gift of uttering lofty thoughts, you may justly concede the honorable title of poet (Horace)|
|dos est magna parentum virtus||the virtue of parents is a great dowry (Horace)|
|Estne tibi forte magna feles fulva et planissima?||Do you by chance happen to own a large, yellowish, very flat cat?|
|et nunc magna mei sub terras currit imago||and now my shade shall descend illustrious to the grave (Virgil)|
|et quorum pars magna fui||and in which I played a prominent part (Virgil)|
|ex humili magna ad fastigia rerum extollit, quoties voluit fortuna jocari||whenever Fortune is in a joking mood, she raises men from a humble station to the imposing summit of affairs (Juvenal)|
|fortuna magna magna domino est servitus||a great fortune is a great slavery to its owner (Publilius Syrus)|
|fuge magna; licet sub paupere tecto reges et regum vita præcurrere amicos||avoid greatness; under a poor roof there may be found more happiness than kings and their courtiers in palaces enjoy (Horace)|
|grave pondus illum magna nobilitas premit||his exalted rank weighs heavy on him as a grievous burden (Seneca)|
|ille vir haud magna cum re, sed plenus fidei||he is a man, not of large fortune, but full of good faith|
|in se magna ruunt||great things are apt to rush against each other (i.e., to clash) (Lucan)|
|inceptis gravibus plerumque et magna professis, purpureus, late qui splendeat, unus et alter adsuitur pannus||oftentimes to lofty beginnings and to such as promise great things, one or two purple patches are stitched on in order to make a brilliant display (Horace)|
|ingenium cui sit, cui mens divinior, atque os magna sonaturum, des nominis hujus honorem||the one who possesses genius, a superior mind, and eloquence to display great things, is entitled to the honored name of poet (Horace)|
|laus magna natis obsequi parentibus||great praise is the reward of children who respect the wishes of their parents (Phædrus)|
|Magna Carta (or Magna Charta)||the Great Charter, signed by King John in 1215|
|Magna charta||Great paper|
|magna civitas, magna solitudo||great city, great solitude|
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