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Trisambig poseidon.jpg Solum As Anglice
ab hac subpagina tractatur.
Vide etiam s.v.
as.

Anglice I[+/-]

Qsicon inArbeit.png Haec dictio adhuc stipula est. Amplificando eam adiuvabis Victionarium meliorari.

Appellatio[+/-]

Notatio[+/-]

Anglica Media also
Anglica Antiqua ealsƿá

Coniunctio[+/-]

as

  1. Sicut, ut; aequalitatem vel similitudinem generis, gradus, vel modi denotans; eodem modo quo.
    ye shall be as gods
    eritis sicut dii
  2. Dum.
    He trembled as he spoke.
    Tremuit dum locutus est.
  3. Quia.
    As it is almost noon, I should be going.
    Quia paene meridies est, debeo ire.
  4. Et tam quam, indicans concessionem:
    Tempting as your offer may be, I must refuse.
  5. as X as YTam X quam Y

Praepositio[+/-]

as

  1. In cuius idea, persona, vel condicione.
    virtue considered as virtue
    This actor will appear as Hamlet.

Adverbium[+/-]

as

  1. Ut; exempli causa, exempli gratia.
    raze: to demolish, as, they razed it to the ground.

Anglice II[+/-]

Qsicon inArbeit.png Haec dictio adhuc stipula est. Amplificando eam adiuvabis Victionarium meliorari.

Appellatio[+/-]

Notatio[+/-]

Latine as.

Nomen substantivum[+/-]

as (plur. asses)

  1. as (~sis, masc.) ||