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vĕrĕor
deponent transitive and intransitive verb II conjugation

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1 to revere, have respect for
2 to fear

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Locutions, idioms and examples


aliquem non veritum est (+ infinitive) || cave vereri || captionis aliquid vereor || an verebare (= verebaris) ne non putaremus? || altiorem iracundiam eius verebantur || advocatio ea est quam ut iudicem vereri debeamus || Caesar infirmitatem Gallorum veritus || ad me … Tiro ita scripsit, ut verear quid agat = Tiro wrote that to me, and I wonder with concern what he is doing || ad hoc verebar, ne me corporis vires iterato labore desererent = moreover I feared that the new effort would wear out my physical strenght || maere hoc eius eventu vereor, ne invidi magis quam amici sit || ambo cum simul adspicimus non possumus non vereri ne male comparati sitis


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