What does Facere mean in Latin

facere (Latin)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
fa | ce | re
Word meaning / definition:
1) do, do, act

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Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in Latin:

Non potest arbor bona malos fructus facere.
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Te hoc facere necesse est.
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Spero te hoc facere posse.
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Sperabam te hoc facere posse.
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Opus est facere.
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Nescio quod facere.
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Pontem facere decreverunt.
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Nihil est, quod dei non facere possunt.
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Quid facere vis?
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Quid tempore pomeridiano facere vis?
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Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "facere":

do:… 2) 만들다 (man-dl-da); 4) 하다 (ha-da) (but it is also used as an auxiliary verb) Latin: facere Low German: Northern Lower Saxony: maaken Dutch: doen Norwegian:…

Olfactus: ... "Smell, the smell", to olfacere ("smell"; composed of olere "smell" and facere "make") Synonyms: 1) Sense of smell General terms: 1) ...

res:… Solaque - the only remedy Quid hoc rei est? - What is this supposed to mean? 2) rem facere - acquire proverbs: res, non verba Derived words:…

create:… 1) 創 る (つ く る, tsukuru) Latin: 1) procreare, creare, facere, efficere Hungarian: 1) alkot Dutch: 1) scheppen Polish:…

Likeness: ... from synonymous late Latin: contrafacere; from the prefix contra- = against and the verb facere = to make Synonyms: 1) Portrait Superordinate terms: 1) ...


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The following terms

facerem (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Word meaning / Definition: 1) 1st person singular subjunctive imperfect active from ...

faceremus (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Word meaning / Definition: 1) 1st person plural subjunctive past tense active of facere

facerent (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Word meaning / Definition: 1) 3rd person plural subjunctive past tense active of facere

faceres (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: 2nd person singular subjunctive past tense active of the verb facere

faceret (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Hyphenation: fa | ce | ret Grammatical characteristics: 3rd person singular subjunctive ...

faceretis (Latin) Part of speech: Conjugated form Word meaning / Definition: 1) 2nd person plural subjunctive past tense active of facere

faces (English) Part of speech: Declined form Grammatical characteristics: Plural of the noun face Part of speech: Conjugated form…

facesse (Italian) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: 3rd person singular subjunctive past tense active of the verb…

facessero (Italian) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: 3rd person plural subjunctive past tense active of the verb…

facessi (Italian) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical features: 1st person singular subjunctive past tense active of the verb…

facessimo (Italian) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: 1st person plural subjunctive past tense active of the verb…