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ănĭmadvorto
transitive and intransitive verb III conjugation

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1 to pay attention to, to attend to
2 to notice, observe
3 to judge, to estimate
4 (in + accusative) to punish

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animadverto in aliquem || animadvertere (+ infinitive) || animadvertere ne || animadvertere ad or ut || capitaliter animadverto || animadvertant ne … capiantur || animadvertant ne quos offendant || o facinus animadvertendum || animadverte rectene … interpreter || animadverti paulo te hilariorem || animadvortit fugam ad se vorsum fieri || vox in qua nihil animadverti possit || Datami venienti ait se animadvertisse || aeneum equum animadvertit, cuius in lateribus fores essent || animadvertere rectene hanc sententiam interpreter || animadvertere ex ignibus nocte cohortes excubare || animadvertebat a se fugatis concessam vitam et ignota peccata || animadverterunt nulli occasioni fraudis Romanum patere || animadverto deos ipsos innocentia et sanctitate (adorantium) laetari || ubi animadverterunt nulli occasioni fraudis Romanum patere || animadvertit Caesar unos Sequanos nihil earum rerum facere quas ceteri facerent || animadvertebas igitur etsi tum nemo erat admodum copiosus verum tamen versus ab admisceri orationi


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