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res angusta domi, language english, noun - Ограниченные финансовые обстоятельства; ограниченные средства res angusta domi, language english, noun - Straitened financial circumstances; limited means

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res angusta domi, n.  Straitened financial circumstances; limited means
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Pronunciation:  
Brit. /ˌrɛz aŋˌɡʌstə ˈdɒmi//ˌreɪz aŋˌɡʊstə ˈdɒmi/
U.S. /ˌreɪs æŋˌɡəstə ˈdoʊmi/
Frequency (in current use):  
Origin: A borrowing from Latin. Etymon: Latin rēs angusta domī.
Etymology: < classical Latin rēs angusta domī ‘narrowed circumstances at home’ ( Juvenal Satires 3. 165: Haut facile emergunt quorum virtutibus opstat res angusta domi ‘it is not easy for men to rise whose qualities are thwarted by narrowed circumstances at home’) < rēs thing (see res n.1) + angusta , feminine of angustus angust adj. + domī at home, locative of domus home (see dome n.).(Show Less)

1648   Bp. J. Wilkins Math. Magick ii. vi. 196   This same Scholars fate, Res angusta domi, and—curta supellex is that which hinders the promoting of learning in sundry particulars.
1695   S. Morland Urim of Conscience iii. 151   I am willing to believe that the Author's Res Angusta Domi, and personal Vain-glory, might move him..to fish in troubled waters, in hopes to advance his Fortune.
1791   J. Boswell Life Johnson I. 34   The res angusta domi prevented him from having the advantage of a complete academical education.
1832   N.Y. Mirror 8 Dec. 183/1   Such were the ‘res angusta domi’ which he had to struggle with, that he was bred a shoe-maker, and worked at his trade until he was twenty-two years of age.
1889   Outing Feb. 452/1   By decree of the inexorable res angusta domi, I left my native England in the last days of the year of grace 1886, for Canada.
1906   Illinois Med. Jrnl. Mar. 313   Of course, medicine has a business side which we can not ignore, because we must also live; sometimes the res angusta domi forces us into being strict.
1932   Times 8 Aug. 9/1   Political loyalties are not the only thing which has been dominated by res angusta domi.
1982   M. Innes Sheiks & Adders x. 79   He had recently been denied promotion from a pony to a hunter, and regarded this as an extreme example of the res angusta domi.
res angusta domi, n.  Straitened financial circumstances; limited means
Quotations: 
Pronunciation:  
Brit. /ˌrɛz aŋˌɡʌstə ˈdɒmi//ˌreɪz aŋˌɡʊstə ˈdɒmi/
U.S. /ˌreɪs æŋˌɡəstə ˈdoʊmi/
Frequency (in current use):  
Origin: A borrowing from Latin. Etymon: Latin rēs angusta domī.
Etymology: < classical Latin rēs angusta domī ‘narrowed circumstances at home’ ( Juvenal Satires 3. 165: Haut facile emergunt quorum virtutibus opstat res angusta domi ‘it is not easy for men to rise whose qualities are thwarted by narrowed circumstances at home’) < rēs thing (see res n.1) + angusta , feminine of angustus angust adj. + domī at home, locative of domus home (see dome n.).(Show Less)

1648   Bp. J. Wilkins Math. Magick ii. vi. 196   This same Scholars fate, Res angusta domi, and—curta supellex is that which hinders the promoting of learning in sundry particulars.
1695   S. Morland Urim of Conscience iii. 151   I am willing to believe that the Author's Res Angusta Domi, and personal Vain-glory, might move him..to fish in troubled waters, in hopes to advance his Fortune.
1791   J. Boswell Life Johnson I. 34   The res angusta domi prevented him from having the advantage of a complete academical education.
1832   N.Y. Mirror 8 Dec. 183/1   Such were the ‘res angusta domi’ which he had to struggle with, that he was bred a shoe-maker, and worked at his trade until he was twenty-two years of age.
1889   Outing Feb. 452/1   By decree of the inexorable res angusta domi, I left my native England in the last days of the year of grace 1886, for Canada.
1906   Illinois Med. Jrnl. Mar. 313   Of course, medicine has a business side which we can not ignore, because we must also live; sometimes the res angusta domi forces us into being strict.
1932   Times 8 Aug. 9/1   Political loyalties are not the only thing which has been dominated by res angusta domi.
1982   M. Innes Sheiks & Adders x. 79   He had recently been denied promotion from a pony to a hunter, and regarded this as an extreme example of the res angusta domi.
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