subito

[ soo-bi-toh; Italian soo-bee-taw ]SEE DEFINITION OF subito

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Omnia subito is not its device, but that of the Gnostic heresy.

Subito morientur, et in media nocte turbabuntur populi, et auferent violentum absque manu.

Tunc subito, nulla prcedente significatione, prorsus exui nudarique se omni gaudio sentiret.

In qua, subito a lictoribus quos regina non procul absconderat, rex innocens suffocatus expirauit.

Cuius subito adventu repressus Hannibal receptui cecinit, palam confessus ab se Minucium, se a Fabio victum esse.

Repente and subito denote suddenly; repens means sudden, in opp.

Literally, 'of the present Empire:' 'subito praesentis Imperii tanquam solis ortus fama radiavit.'

Attacca subito il seguente—attack at once that which follows.

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