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aut Caesar, aut nihil

[ out kahy-sahrout ni-hil; English awt see-zer awt nahy-hil ]
/ aʊt ˈkaɪ sɑr aʊt ˈnɪ hɪl; English ɔt ˈsi zər ɔt ˈnaɪ hɪl /
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Latin.
either a Caesar or nothing; all or nothing.
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