Atticus, ne qua sibi statua poneretur, restitit.
"Atticus opposed having any statue raised to himself."
Naves vento tenebantur quominus in portum redirent.
"The ships were prevented by the wind from returning into harbour."
Plura ne dicam impedior.
"I am prevented from saying more."
Non recusabo quominus te in vincula ducam.
"I will not object to taking you to prison."
Germani retineri non poterant quin tela conicerent.
"The Germans could not be restrained from hurling their weapons."
Nihil tam difficile est quin investigari possit.
"Nothing is so difficult that it cannot be discovered."
Nec multum afuit quin interficeremur.
"And we were not far from losing our lives."
Non dubium erat quin plurimum Helvetii possent.
"There was no doubt that the Helvetii were the most powerful."
Quis dubitat quin hoc feceris?
"Who doubts (= no one doubts) but that (or that) you did this?
Quis ut Deus wrote:Let me get back to the drawing board and chew on this one for a bit.
ptolemyauletes wrote:Quo minus is actually two words, as so often happens in Latin with words that often are paired together.
quo is a neuter relative pronoun in the ablative case. minus is well... minus, an adverb meaning less.
Imber Ranae wrote: ...but it does sound awfully strange.
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