praemittere


praemittere
посылать вперед (1. 1 § 4 D. 25, 3); ставить (1. 1 D. 12, 1. 1. 9 pr. D. 22, 6).

Латинско-русский словарь к источникам римского права. Изд. 2-е, дополненное. - Варшава, Типография К. Ковалевского. . 1896.

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  • prémisse — [ premis ] n. f. • 1310; lat. præmissa (sententia) « (proposition) mise en avant » 1 ♦ Log. Chacune des deux propositions placées normalement au début d un raisonnement et dont on tire la conclusion. Axiome constituant l une des prémisses d un… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • premitir — (del lat. «praemittĕre»; ant.) tr. *Anticipar. * * * premitir. (Del lat. praemittĕre). tr. desus. Adelantar, anticipar …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Prämisse — Annahme; These; Axiom (fachsprachlich); Voraussetzung; Notwendigkeit; Bedingung; Grundannahme; Kondition; Vorannahme; Grundsatz; Grund …   Universal-Lexikon

  • premise — prem·ise (prĕm’ĭs) n. also prem·iss (prĕm’ĭs) 1) A proposition upon which an argument is based or from which a conclusion is drawn. 2) Logic a) One of the propositions in a deductive argument. b) Either the major or the minor proposition of a… …   Word Histories

  • Premise — Prem ise, n.; pl. {Premises}. [Written also, less properly, {premiss}.] [F. pr[ e]misse, fr. L. praemissus, p. p. of praemittere to send before; prae before + mittere to send. See {Mission}.] 1. A proposition antecedently supposed or proved;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Premises — Premise Prem ise, n.; pl. {Premises}. [Written also, less properly, {premiss}.] [F. pr[ e]misse, fr. L. praemissus, p. p. of praemittere to send before; prae before + mittere to send. See {Mission}.] 1. A proposition antecedently supposed or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • premiss — Premise Prem ise, n.; pl. {Premises}. [Written also, less properly, {premiss}.] [F. pr[ e]misse, fr. L. praemissus, p. p. of praemittere to send before; prae before + mittere to send. See {Mission}.] 1. A proposition antecedently supposed or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • premise — I. noun also premiss Etymology: in sense 1, from Middle English premisse, from Anglo French, from Medieval Latin praemissa, from Latin, feminine of praemissus, past participle of praemittere to place ahead, from prae pre + mittere to send; in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • premise — /prem is/, n., v., premised, premising. n. 1. Also, premiss. Logic. a proposition supporting or helping to support a conclusion. 2. premises, a. a tract of land including its buildings. b. a building together with its grounds or other… …   Universalium

  • premiso — ► adjetivo 1 Que ha sido prevenido, propuesto o enviado con anticipación. 2 DERECHO Que precede: ■ premisa la venia necesaria . * * * premiso, a (del lat. «praemissus») 1 adj. *Enviado previamente. 2 *Preparado. 3 Der. En ciertas frases, *previo …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • CESSATIO ab opere — in Feriis Gentilium, praeter sacra, sollennis fuit. Hanc ob rem, in iis imperandis, ut litibus et iurgus abstineretur, per praeconem edici solitum, Cicero testis est, de Divinat. l. 1. Quo respiciens Ovidius, Fastor. l. 1. v. 73. ubi de feriis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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