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The Latin phrase 'vidi quidi' contains an error, and is incomplete. For the word 'quidi' needs to be written as 'quid'. The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'vidi' means '[I] have seen'; and 'quid' means 'what'. The English meaning of the corrected phrase, 'vidi quid', is the following: I have seen what... .
Open parenthesis are used at the beginning of a quote. Close parenthesis are used at the end of a quote after the punctuation.
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It's a quote by Masaccio, a painter of the Italian Early Renaissance. This quote is mentioned somewhere in his painting called The Trinity.
veni vedi vici i came i saw i conquered
I came, I saw, I conquered in Latin is Veni, Vidi, Vici.
Because Veni Vidi Vici means I came, I saw, I conquered, in latin. This is the chapter where Ender leads his army in the Battle room for the first time, and he wins immediately. Veni Vidi Vici is a quote from Julius Caesar, by the way.
No, the correct phrase is veni vidi vici.
Apparently there is a band called Veni Vidi Vici. I know nothing about them. And there is an album called Veni Vidi Vicious by the band The Hives. You could be thinking of that but there is no band I am aware of called Vidi Vici.
In think you mean the quote "veni, vidi, vici".It's a famous quote by Gaius Iulius Ceasar, describing the battle of Zela."veni vidi vici" is a quite fascinating quote, because it combines many literary styles. The translation is "I came, I saw, I coquered"
Veni, vidi, amavi
I have 1 great quote about competitiveness: "Veni, vidi, vici." - Julius Caeser (Italian for I came, I saw, I conquered.)
Julius Caesar is reputed to have said, "Veni, Vidi, Vici." (I came, I saw, I conquered).
It means "I came, I saw, I want to go home." It is one of several wordplays based on Julius Caesar's famous quote "Veni vidi vici." (I came, I saw, I conquered)
Julius Caesar did.
Veni vidi vici is Latin for "I came, I saw, I conquered", and stated by Caesar to the Senate after his victory over Pharnaces.