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amicus usque ad aras

[ ah-mee-koos oos-kwe ahd ah-rahs; English uh-mahy-kuhs uhs-kwee ad ey-ras, uh-mee- ]
/ ɑˈmi kʊs ˈʊs kwɛ ɑd ˈɑ rɑs; English əˈmaɪ kəs ˈʌs kwi æd ˈeɪ ræs, əˈmi- /
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noun Latin.
a friend to the last degree.
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