ad utrumque paratus
[ahd oo-troo m-kwe pah-rah-too s; English ad yoo-truhm-kwee puh-rey-tuh s]
- ready for either alternative.
in omnia paratus
[in ohm-nee-ah pah-rah-too s; English in om-nee-uh puh-rey-tuh s]
- prepared for all things.
[sem-per pah-rah-too s; English sem-per puh-rey-tuh s]
- always ready: motto of the U.S. Coast Guard.
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Examples from the Web for paratus
They should have rendered it: Paratus demands Pansa for ædile.
Meanwhile Sabina, the wife of Paratus, has not remained inactive.
Paratus ad epulas, et refugiscere prcepta; or, Capillos inficitis, oculos fuligine relinitis.
Instructus refers to the possession of the means; paratus to the readiness of the possessor to employ them.Dderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes
WhenPg 70 Pansa went to the dwelling of Paratus his sandals trod the same stones that now receive the impress of our boots.
- always prepared
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