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roman

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishromanro‧man /ˈrəʊmən $ ˈroʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  technicalTCN the ordinary style of printing that uses small upright letters, like the style used for printing these wordsfont, italics
Related topics: Geography
RomanRoman adjective [usually before noun]  1 SGrelating to ancient Rome or the Roman Empire an old Roman road the Roman occupation of Britain2 SGrelating to the city of RomeRoman noun [countable]
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RomanThe picture Weiser begins drawing on the white board looks like a diagram of a Roman army.It would be just her and Roman at the breakfast-table.It's a Roman Catholic boarding school attached to a Benedictine Monastery.The Alliance Party had a slightly Roman Catholic image with the man in the street.First she posed as a Roman centurion and did a bit of torture.Under Augustus legislation was passed to allow freed slaves to marry and their children to become Roman citizens.The high grey walls of the Roman fort provided a screen for these modern soldiers and their bizarre equipment.
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