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Iras et verba locant

“Iras et verba locant” is a Latin phrase that can be translated to “They speak in anger and words” in English. This phrase implies that people tend to express themselves when in a state of anger or agitation. It suggests that when individuals are upset or emotional, they may say things without careful consideration, and their words may be driven by their emotions rather than rational thought.

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