Latin English Dictionary

latine - English

hic in English:

1. this


This is life!
This book says the earliest man-made bridges date back to the New Stone Age.
This article is critical of the way investigations are being made into the matter.
This expressway connects Tokyo with Nagoya.
This old French table is a very valuable piece of furniture.
Is there a public toilet in this building?
Will I get to the station if I take this road?
This program has both downloading and uploading capabilities.
The curry at this restaurant is good.
Though grammatically there is nothing wrong with this sentence, I doubt if anyone would actually ever use it.
Before this car, I drove a Nissan.
If you continue to take this herbal medicine, it will do you good.
Can I have this box carried upstairs?
Women work on equal terms with men in this firm.
This beautiful house is so expensive that we can't buy it.

English word "hic"(this) occurs in sets:

And, or, but, so - Et, aut, sed, ergo

2. here


Come here.
We're getting out of here. The cops are coming.
Pass me the salt, please. "Here you are."
We found out recently that some foxes live here on this mountain.
Please ask Tom to come here and help us fill out these forms.
I told you we should've gotten here earlier. Now there aren't any places left to sit.
Here. Take this with you. It might come in handy.
This drawing is less than great. He needs to do something with the line here at the back of the leg.
I could stand here with you forever, just gazing off into the sea.
You're not here, so I'm really sad.
Now that I'm here, the problem is as good as solved.
We will keep you informed of things that happen here in Japan.
Your suggestion seems irrelevant to our discussion here.
Stay here for as long as the food supply holds out.
The reason I'm here is because I was asked to come.

English word "hic"(here) occurs in sets:

Space - Spatium