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Rome US English

The capital of Italy, situated in the west central part of the country, on the Tiber River, about 16 miles (25 km) inland; population 2,724,347 (2008). According to tradition, the ancient city was founded by Romulus (after whom it is named) in 753 bc on the Palatine Hill; as it grew it spread to the other six hills of Rome (Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, and Quirinal). Rome was made capital of a unified Italy in 1871

all roads lead to Rome in Rome US English

There are many different ways of reaching the same goal or conclusion

Rome was not built in a day in Rome US English

A complex task is bound to take a long time and should not be rushed

when in Rome in Rome US English

When abroad or in an unfamiliar environment you should adopt the customs or behavior of those around you

all roads lead to Rome US English

There are many different ways of reaching the same goal or conclusion

Rome was not built in a day US English

A complex task is bound to take a long time and should not be rushed

when in Rome US English

When abroad or in an unfamiliar environment you should adopt the customs or behavior of those around you

Rome, Treaty of US English

A treaty setting up and defining the aims of the European Economic Community. It was signed at Rome on 25 March 1957 by France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg

Prix de Rome US English

A prize awarded annually by the French government in a competition for artists, sculptors, architects, and musicians

See of Rome US English

another term for Holy See.

Church of Rome US English

another term for Roman Catholic Church.

Seven Hills of Rome US English

The seven hills on which the ancient city of Rome was built: Aventine, Caelian, Capitoline, Esquiline, Quirinal, Viminal, and Palatine

fiddle while Rome burns in fiddle US English

Be concerned with relatively trivial matters while ignoring the serious or disastrous events going on around one

fiddle while Rome burns US English

Be concerned with relatively trivial matters while ignoring the serious or disastrous events going on around one

Clement, St. US English

(1st century ad), pope (bishop of Rome) circa 88-circa 97, probably the third after St. Peter; known as St. Clement of Rome. Feast day, November 23

St. Clement of Rome in Clement, St. US English

(1st century ad), pope (bishop of Rome) circa 88-circa 97, probably the third after St. Peter; known as St. Clement of Rome. Feast day, November 23

Rome English-Spanish

Roma f

telex Rome in telex English-Spanish

pon un télex a Roma

Ancient Rome in Rome English-Spanish

la Roma antigua

Rome by night in by English-Spanish

Roma nocturna, Roma de noche

by way of Rome in way English-Spanish

vía Roma, pasando por Roma

Rome, pop. c. 3,000,000 in C English-Spanish

Roma, 3.000.000 hab. aprox.

the Church of Rome in Rome English-Spanish

la Iglesia Católica (Apostólica Romana)

it is north of Rome in north English-Spanish

está al norte de Roma

all roads lead to Rome in road English-Spanish

todos los caminos conducen

I have a connection in Rome in connection English-Spanish

tengo que hacer una conexión

the plane left Rome at 10 in leave English-Spanish

el avión salió de Roma a las 10

Rome wasn't built in a day in Rome English-Spanish

no se ganó Zamora en una hora

the traffic is hellish in Rome in hellish English-Spanish

el tráfico en Roma es infernal

so you're going to Rome? splendid! in splendid English-Spanish

¿con que te vas a Roma? ¡qué bien!

this is my first visit to Rome in visit English-Spanish

esta es la primera vez que visito Roma, esta es la primera visita que hago a Roma

don't worry, we'll get you to Rome somehow in get English-Spanish

no te preocupes, encontraremos la manera de que llegues a Roma

I've had the offer of a job in Rome in offer English-Spanish

me han ofrecido un trabajo en Roma


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