impletio


impletio
implētio, ōnis, f. (impleo), die Erfüllung, Hieron. in Isai. 11, 40, 3 sqq. Salv. de gub. dei 2, 2 u.a. Eccl.

Ausführliches Lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch von Karl Ernst Georges. 2002.

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  • Impletion — Im*ple tion, n. [L. impletio. See {Implement}.] 1. The act of filling, or the state of being full. Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster] 2. That which fills up; filling. Coleridge. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • impletion — [im plē′shən] n. 〚LL(Ec) impletio < pp. of L implere: see IMPLEMENT〛 Rare a filling or being filled * * * …   Universalium

  • impletion — /ɪmˈpliʃən/ (say im pleeshuhn) noun 1. the act of filling. 2. the state of being filled. 3. that which fills up; a filling. {Late Latin implētio, from Latin implēre fill up} …   Australian English dictionary

  • impletion — [im plē′shən] n. [LL(Ec) impletio < pp. of L implere: see IMPLEMENT] Rare a filling or being filled …   English World dictionary

  • impletion — ə̇mˈplēshən noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin impletion , impletio, from Latin impletus (past participle of implēre to fill up) + ion, io ion more at implement archaic : the act of filling or the state of being full …   Useful english dictionary

  • im|ple|tion — «ihm PLEE shuhn», noun. 1. the act of filling. 2. the state of being filled. ╂[< Late Latin implētiō, ōnis < implēre; see etym. under implement (Cf. ↑implement)] …   Useful english dictionary


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