<b>Ultio est patina qae frigida optime datur. </b> "Revenge is a dish that is best given cold."
I hope that is a sound translation.
...I can only think of examples where the passive verb is complemented by prepositional phrases.
Essorant wrote:<b>Optime</b> is for the verb <b>datur</b>. But <b>frigida</b> refers back to <b>patina</b>.
Essorant wrote:<b>quae frigida optime datur</b> "That cold (the dish) is best given"
Does that make sense?
Alatius wrote:Another proposal: "Ultio est ferculum frigide fruendum."
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