gladiator

  • 1gladiator — GLADIATÓR, gladiatori, s.m. (În Roma antică) Bărbat (sclav) care se lupta în arenă cu un alt luptător sau cu fiare sălbatice. [pr.: di a ] – Din fr. gladiateur, lat. gladiator, oris. Trimis de gall, 15.06.2002. Sursa: DEX 98  GLADIATÓR s. (ist.) …

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  • 2Gladiator — Sm Kämpfer in den Zirkusspielen des alten Roms erw. exot. (18. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus l. gladiātor, einer Ableitung von l. gladius Schwert .    Ebenso nndl. gladiator, ne. gladiator, nfrz. gladiateur, nschw. gladiator, nnorw. gladiator;… …

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  • 3GLADIATOR — GLADIATOR, professional fighter in Roman public games. Little information is available about the gladiatorial contests held in the Middle East under Roman imperial rule. The performances were arranged by the authorities of cities with a… …

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  • 4gladiator — mid 15c., Roman swordsman, from L. gladiator, lit. swordsman, from gladius sword, supposedly from Gaul. *kladyos (Cf. O.Ir. claideb, Welsh cleddyf, Breton kleze sword; see CLAYMORE (Cf. claymore)) …

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  • 5Gladiator — Glad i*a tor, n. [L., fr. gladius sword. See {Glaive}.] 1. Originally, a swordplayer; hence, one who fought with weapons in public, either on the occasion of a funeral ceremony, or in the arena, for public amusement. [1913 Webster] 2. One who… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6Gladiātor — (lat.), 1) Fechter, Kämpfer, s. Gladiatoren; 2) Säugethier, so v.w. Butzkopf, s.u. Delphin 1) D) a) …

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  • 7gladiator — gladiator. m. gladiador …

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  • 8Gladiator —    Film d aventures de Ridley Scott, avec Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phœnix, Connie Nielsen, Oliver Reed, Derek Jacobi.   Pays: États Unis   Date de sortie: 2000   Technique: couleurs   Durée: 2 h 35   Prix: Oscar du meilleur film ; Oscar du meilleur …

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  • 9gladiator — [n] combatant boxer, contender, fighter; concepts 358,366,412 …

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  • 10gladiator — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mos I, Mc. gladiatororze; lm M. gladiatororzy {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} w starożytnym Rzymie: zawodnik walczący publicznie z innymi zawodnikami lub ze zwierzętami <łac.> {{/stl 7}} …

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  • 11gladiator — m. gladiador …

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  • 12gladiator — ► NOUN ▪ (in ancient Rome) a man trained to fight with weapons against other men or wild animals in an arena. DERIVATIVES gladiatorial adjective. ORIGIN Latin, from gladius sword …

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  • 13gladiator — [glad′ē āt΄ər] n. [L < gladius, sword, via Celt (as in Welsh cleddyf, sword) < IE base * kel , to strike > L calamitas] 1. in ancient Rome, a man who fought other men or animals with a sword or other weapon in an arena, for the… …

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  • 14Gladiator — For other uses, see Gladiator (disambiguation). Part of the Zliten mosaic from Libya (Leptis Magna), about 2nd century CE. It shows (left to right) a thraex fighting a murmillo, a hoplomachus standing with another murmillo (who is signaling his… …

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  • 15Gladiator — Gladiatoren (vom lateinischen gladius, einem Kurzschwert) waren im antiken Rom Berufskämpfer, die in öffentlichen Schaustellungen gegeneinander kämpften. Der Kampf der Gladiatoren gegeneinander wird als Gladiatur bezeichnet. Gladiatorenkämpfe… …

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  • 16Gladiator — Para luchador romano, véase Gladiador. Gladiator Cuadro del siglo XIX en los que se basó la película Título Gladiator (España) Gladiador (Lati …

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