Coriolanus (Webster's Spanish Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare

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Humorous: humorístico, cómico. imperfect: imperfecto, pretérito imperfecto. interior: interno, de hogar, de interiores, hogar, casa. loves: amor. malice: malicia. microcosm: microcosmo. palate: paladar. patrician: patricio. reverend: reverendo, clérigo. testy: irritado. trivial: trivial. utter: absoluto, total, proferir. William Shakespeare 45 BRUTUS. Come, sir, come, we know you well enough. MENENIUS. You know neither me, yourselves, nor anything. --When you are hearing a matter between party and party, if you chance to be pinched with the colic, you make faces like mummers, set up the bloody flag against all patience, and, in roaring for a chamber-pot, dismiss the controversy bleeding, the more entangled by your hearing: all the peace you make in their cause is calling both the parties knaves.

Yet welcome, warriors. % COMINIUS. Ever right. CORIOLANUS. Menenius ever, ever. HERALD. Give way there, and go on! CORIOLANUS. ] Your hand, and yours: Ere in our own house I do shade my head, The good patricians must be visited; From whom I have receiv'd not only greetings, But with them change of honours. VOLUMNIA. I have lived To see inherited my very wishes, And the buildings of my fancy; only There's one thing wanting, which I doubt not but Our Rome will cast upon thee. Spanish cast: lanzar, lanzamiento, arrojar, echar, colar, elenco, molde.

Deadly: mortal. favouring: favorecer. glean: espigar, espigáis, espiguen, espigo, espigas, espigamos, espigad, espigan, espiga, espigue. hasty: apresurado, precipitado. helps: ayuda defensiva. humorous: humorístico, cómico. imperfect: imperfecto, pretérito imperfecto. interior: interno, de hogar, de interiores, hogar, casa. loves: amor. malice: malicia. microcosm: microcosmo. palate: paladar. patrician: patricio. reverend: reverendo, clérigo. testy: irritado. trivial: trivial. utter: absoluto, total, proferir.

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