[ kras-uhs ]
/ ˈkræs əs /
Marcus Li·cin·i·us [li-sin-ee-uhs], /lɪˈsɪn i əs/, c115–53 b.c., Roman general: member of the first triumvirate.
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How to use Crassus in a sentence
Afterwards five deputies of the Romans came, then an army, and the consul Publius Crassus.
Poor Crassus found, however, that to be a sleeping partner in a concern was quite a dangerous position.
M. Licinius Crassus became one of his ablest lieutenants, and it was then that Cn.
Crassus also placed himself on the list, but after long debates the Senate put an end to all rival pretensions.
British Dictionary definitions for Crassus
Marcus Licinius (ˈmɑːkəs lɪˈsɪnɪəs). ?115–53 bc, Roman general; member of the first triumvirate with Caesar and Pompey
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