English to Latin Meaning of brook - et torrens redundans

Brook :
et torrens redundans

riui collige, et torrens redundans, erum, ministrantibus vixit;, vena friget

subeunt, pati, Ursa, cedere per, sustinetis, et torrens redundans

in torrenteimpatiensflensbrookletbrookletsfluminibus
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Definitions of brook in English
Noun(1) a natural stream of water smaller than a river (and often a tributary of a river
Verb(1) put up with something or somebody unpleasant
Examples of brook in English
(1) His selection amounts to a declaration that the US government will brook no international opposition to its predatory designs.(2) The fact that Annan is in the spotlight over the oil-for-food scandal demonstrates that the US is not willing to brook any opposition.(3) Like many insurrectionary or protest movements, they brook little dissent within their ranks.(4) Jenny would brook no criticism of Matthew(5) Getting his hands on the LSE is Seifert's dream and he will brook no opposition.(6) He appears to be like a dictator who can brook no dissent.(7) All is spread out in a picturesque wooded glen with a brook flowing serenely nearby.(8) A small house stood in the middle of the glade, a brook burbling next to it.(9) From a fern-fringed pool at the bottom of the waterfall, the brook resumed its winding course toward the Housatonic.(10) This school brooks no dissent and does not see itself as competing with other philosophies.(11) The flow of that water - in brooks , streams, rivulets, rivers, and lakes - frames much of what makes Kentucky so lush and alluring.(12) There were tall trees, wide-open planes, meandering streams, babbling brooks , rolling hills, and smart, intelligent people.(13) She has that New York flair that I remember well from growing up there, alongside a belief in her abilities that brooks little opposition - and why should it?(14) What a civilised way to spend a Sunday morning, a walk on the mountainside by the brooks and streams followed by lunch al fresco.(15) The birds sang sweetly, the streams and brooks of Wooden Way gurgled cheerfully.(16) You didn't, because after the Europeans came to this island, they wiped out countless babbling brooks , streams and rivers that flowed throughout the island down from the mountain.
Related Phrases of brook
(1) brook no delay ::
1. stream ::
2. creek ::
3. streamlet ::
4. rivulet ::
ministrantibus vixit;
5. rill ::
riui collige
6. brooklet ::
7. runnel ::
tramitis undam elicit?
8. bourn ::
9. burn ::
10. beck ::
ad nutum imperiumque
11. tolerate ::
12. allow ::
13. stand ::
14. bear ::
15. abide ::
me manere
16. put up with ::
17. endure ::
18. accept ::
19. permit ::
20. countenance ::
vultum tuum
21. stomach ::
22. stand for ::
et stabit
23. hack ::
24. suffer ::
Different Forms
brook, brooked, brooking, brooklet, brooklets, brooks
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