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contĭnŭo
transitive and intransitive verb I conjugation

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1 (space and time) to make continuous
2 (in succession) to put in line, to join, to connect, to unite
3 (gap) to bridge
4 to extend, to prolong, to draw out, to last, to renew
5 to keep on
6 to do without pause
7 to adjourn

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agros continuo || dapes continuare || aedilitati praeturam continuo || absisto continuando magistratu = to cease being in office || dantur imperia et ea continuantur || biduo duabusque noctibus perpotationem continuo || binas aut amplius domos continuo || paci externae confestim continuatur discordia domi


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