occasion


occasion
Occasion, f. acut. Occasio.
Belle occasion, Lepida occasio.
Occasion presentée, Ostentata occasio.
L'occasion se presenta, Facultas accidit.
Soudaine occasion, Breuis occasio.
L'occasion s'y offrant, Per occasionem.
L'occasion est preste, Occasio adest, vel se offert.
Avoir l'occasion qu'on demandoit entre ses mains, Occasionem tenere.
Avoir occasion et cause, Causam habere.
Je suis bien aise d'avoir occasion, Oblatam mihi causam gaudeo.
S'il y a guerre, on n'aura point occasion de se plaindre de moy, Si erit bellum, meae partes non desiderabuntur.
Quelle occasion auray-je de le reprendre? Quis relictus est mihi obiurgandi locus?
Bailler occasion, Dare ansam, Causam praebere.
Bailler occasion d'esperance, Subministrare spem alicuius sceleris.
Bailler occasion de faire meschanceté, Fenestram ad nequitiam aperire alicui.
Bailler occasion à aucun de mesdire, Locum vituperandi alicui relinquere, Sermonem dare alicui.
Bailler occasion de pecher, Locum peccandi praebere.
Cercher occasion, Causam vel Occasionem quaerere.
Cercher les occasions d'occuper le royaume, Imminere rebus.
Cercher l'occasion d'entrer en propos, Quaerere sermonem.
Il cerchoit l'occasion de faire quelque vaillant coup, Causam quaerebat quamobrem insigne aliquid faceret.
Donner occasion, Causam alicui afferre, Materiam praebere, Dare vel Offerre occasionem, Dare ansam.
Donner occasion d'ensuyvre un semblable fait, Imitationem sui prodere.
Donner occasion d'estre blasmé, Inuidiam capere apud aliquos.
Donner occasion de mort, Causam mortis afferre.
Donner occasion de souspeçon, Locum aperire suspicioni, Iacere suspicionem.
Ceux qui avoyent esté batus de verges, avoyent donné grande occasion d'errer à ceux qui mentoyent, Erroris speciem haud vanam mendacio praebuerant verberati.
Cela donne occasion d'errer que, etc. Praebet errorem, quod etc.
Qui guette et espie toutes les occasions de faire plaisir et service, Obseruantissimus omnium officiorum.
Il ne laissa aucune occasion aux mesdisans de mesdire de luy, Locum sermoni obtrectatorum non reliquit.
Oster l'occasion de faire quelque chose, Causam alicuius rei faciendae adimere.
Occasion ostée, Causa adempta.
Perdre l'occasion, Deesse occasioni.
Faire perdre une occasion, Opprimere occasionem.
Prendre occasion, Capere causam, Arripere causam, Capere vel Captare occasionem.
Pour la moindre occasion du monde, Ex omni occasione.
Occasions de proces, Stolones stirpem litis facturi, Bud.
Oster toute matiere ou occasion de proces, Litium subnascentium fibras omnes elidere, aut stirpitus euellere, B.

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