Reply Sat 7 Jul, 2012 01:26 pm
I'm looking for let go in latin. My cello teacher always say that and it's very important to me. In french, it's ­'' lâcher-prise''. In fact, I want a tattoo with this. Please help me. I found Ecfundo but I'm not sure that is good.

Sorry for my english, I speak french...
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Reply Sat 7 Jul, 2012 01:53 pm
@rousseuse,
Welcome to a2k. George usually answers these questions, once he sees them.
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George
 
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Reply Sun 8 Jul, 2012 07:12 am
@rousseuse,
rousseuse wrote:

I'm looking for let go in latin. My cello teacher always say that and it's very important to me. In french, it's ­'' lâcher-prise''. In fact, I want a tattoo with this. Please help me. I found Ecfundo but I'm not sure that is good.

Sorry for my english, I speak french...

I would say dimitte.

Please read this.
rousseuse
 
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Reply Sun 8 Jul, 2012 01:31 pm
@George,
What about frenum solve ?
George
 
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Reply Sun 8 Jul, 2012 05:25 pm
@rousseuse,
Literally, it means "release the bit".
It is often translated "slacken the reins".
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