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cresco
intransitive verb III conjugation

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1 to come forth, to be
2 to arise, to spring (from)
3 to be born
4 to become visible, to be great
5 to grow (up)
6 (size, number or honour) to thrive, to increase, to multiply
7 to ascend
8 to attain, to be promoted

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de aliquo cresco || annona crevit || auctibus cresco || vota crescant ut opes || bucina in latum quae crescit || ab asse (or ex parvo) crevit = it rose from nothing (= with just one beam) || ad extremum crescendi finem = until the maximum growth phase || arbores crescunt fetuque gravantur || coeperunt curvari manus et aduncos crescere in ungues || ad spem eos adiuvabat quod Liger creverat || artium in processu subtilitas crevit || amisisti matrem crevisti sub noverca || bucina quae turbine crescit ab imo || aestus ad mensuram crescit iterumque decrescit || canerem … quo … modo … cresceret in ventrem cucumis || labore atque iustitia res publica crevit || bucina, in latum quae turbine crescit ab imo || audendo atque agendo res Romana crevit || audendo virtus crescit tardando timor || Camillo, quem adversarium maxime metuerant, gloria … crevit || certum ac dispositumst ubi quidquid crescat et insit || civitas incredibile memoratu est quantum brevi creverit || ubi labore atque iustitia res publica crevit || annona crevit; quae fere res ingravescere consuevit …


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