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Rome

[rǝʊm]

N

  1. Roma f

  2. (Rel) la Iglesia, el catolicismo

Examples from texts

Now you'd best rouse your men and let them know what Rome wants for its money today.'
Ahora será mejor que despertéis a vuestros soldados y les hagáis saber lo que Roma quiere hoy a cambio de su dinero.
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
"Concordato lateranense" of 11 February 1929 between Italy and the Holy See, modified by the agreement, with additional Protocol signed in Rome on 18 February 1984;
"Concordato lateranense" de 11 de febrero de 1929 entre Italia y la Santa Sede, modificado por el Acuerdo, y su Protocolo adicional, firmado en Roma el 18 de febrero de 1984;
Any political disorder in Rome that caused the invaders to withdraw from Britain was worth the stigma of being involved in an assassination.
Cualquier desorden político en Roma que hiciera que los invasores se retiraran de Britania compensaba la lacra de estar implicado en un asesinato.
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
I called her Zia, in memory of another kitten I'd seen one afternoon in Rome.
Le puse Zía, en recuerdo de otra gatita que vi una tarde en Roma.
The savage detectivesBolano, Roberto / Los detectives salvajes
Los detectives salvajes
Bolano, Roberto
e savage detectives
The savage detective
© 1998 by Roberto Bolaño
© 2007 by Natasha Wimmer
The exiles might be telling the truth but they had their own reasons for wanting Rome to triumph over their own people.
Pudiera ser que los exiliados dijeran la verdad, pero tenían sus propias razones para desear que Roma triunfara sobre su propia gente.
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
With very little effort it was clear to him that Rome would never accept him into her bosom.
Sin que le costara mucho, tuvo claro que Roma nunca lo aceptaría en su seno.
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
They took a cruise on the Nile, they visited Jerusalem, they drove a rental car around the south of Spain, they saw Florence and Rome and Venice.
Estuvieron en un crucero por el Nilo, visitaron Jerusalén, viajaron en un coche alquilado por el sur de España, recorrieron Florencia y Roma y Venecia.
Bolano, Roberto / 2666Bolano, Roberto / 2666
2666
Bolano, Roberto
© 2004 por herederos de Roberto Bolaño
2666
Bolano, Roberto
© 2004 by the heirs of Roberto Bolaño
© 2008 by Natasha Wimmer
Clearly, Narcissus was so firmly positioned at the Emperor's side that he could command instant obedience from these free-born citizens of Rome, who were nominally his social superiors.
Estaba claro que Narciso se hallaba tan bien situado junto al emperador que podía exigir obediencia inmediata por parte de aquellos ciudadanos de Roma libres de nacimiento que en teoría eran socialmente superiores a él.
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
Could those devils the Druids conjure up the very forces of nature to aid them in their fight against Rome?
¿Acaso esos demonios de los druidas podían invocar a las mismísimas fuerzas de la naturaleza para que les ayudaran en su lucha contra Roma?
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
Istituto nazionale per l'assicurazione contro le malattie, Direzione generale (Directorate General of the National Sickness Insurance Institute), Rome
«Istituto nazionale per l'assicurazione contro le malattie, Direzione generale» (Instituto Nacional del Seguro contra las Enfermedades, Dirección General), Roma
'Do be serious! Rome is the greatest in every way.
¡No digas tonterías, por favor Roma es la más grande en todos los sentidos.
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze, Roma (Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, Rome)."
Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze (Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas), Roma."
Cato had only joined the legion the winter before, a fresh- faced youth from the imperial household in Rome.
Cato se había alistado a la legión recientemente, el invierno anterior; era un joven sin experiencia que provenía del servicio imperial en Roma.
Scarrow, Simon / The Eagle's ConquestScarrow, Simon / Roma Vincit!
Roma Vincit!
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow
© de la traducción: Montserrat Batista, 2002
© de la presente edición: Edhasa, 2002
The Eagle's Conquest
Scarrow, Simon
© 2001 by Simon Scarrow

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Collocations

Rome Declaration
Declaración de Roma
Treaty of Rome
Tratado de Roma

Word forms

Rome

noun
SingularPlural
Common caseRome*Romes
Possessive caseRome's*Romes'

Rome

noun, singular
Singular
Common caseRome
Possessive caseRome's