|antea, prae pre, prae, per antea, priusquam, prius||before|
|in omnibus negotiis prius quam aggrediare, adhibenda est præparatio diligens||in all matters, before beginning, a diligent preparation should be made (Cicero)|
|legant prius et postea despeciant||let them read first, and despise afterward (Lope de Vega)|
|nemini fidas, nisi cum quo prius multos modios salis absumpseris||trust no one unless you have eaten much salt with him (Cicero)|
|nihil dictum quod non dictum prius||nothing can be said that has not been said before|
|nil dictum quod non dictum prius||there can be nothing said now that has not been said before|
|Nisi prius||Unles previously|
|nullum est jam (or nunc) dictum quod non sit dictum prius||nothing is said now that has not been said before (Terence)|
|omnia cum amico delibera, sed de (te) ipso prius||consult your friend on everything, but particularly on what concerns yourself (Seneca)|
|omnia prius experiri, quam armis, sapientem decet||it becomes a wise man to try all methods before having recourse to arms (Terence)|
|omnia quæ nunc vetustissima creduntur, nova fuere; … et quod hodie exemplis tuemur, inter exempla erit||everything that is now regarded as very ancient was once new; … and what we are defending today by precedent, will sometime later be a precedent itself (Tacitus)|
|periculosum est credere et non credere; ergo exploranda est veritas, multum prius quam stulta prave judicet sententia||it is equally dangerous to believe and to disbelieve; therefore search diligently into the truth rather than form foolish ideas that would pervert your judgment (Phædrus)|
|prior prius||former, prior|
|prius frangitur quam flectitur||he is sooner broken than bent|
|prius mori quam fidem fallere||die rather than betray trust|
|prius quam (or priusquam) incipias consulto, et ubi consulueris mature facto opus est||before you begin, consider; but having considered, use dispatch (Sallust)|
|quem Juppiter vult perdere, prius dementat||whom Jupiter wishes to destroy, he first dements|
|quos Deus vult perdere prius dementat||whom God would ruin he first deprives of reason (after Euripides)|
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