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vādo
intransitive verb III conjugation

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1 to go, to advance, to rush, to hurry
2 to walk

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vadunt foras || ad aliquem vado = to go to someone's place (= to visit him) || vadendum in hostem || ad comitium vadunt = they went to the meeting || celsi in proelium vadunt || circulus per medios Parthos vadit || vadimus haud dubiam in mortem || vadit animus in praeceps sciens || ad colligandos piratas ac maria pacanda vadebat = he kept the pirates in check and kept the seas peaceful || ad eum postridie mane vadebam, cum haec scripsi = I wrote this letter to you the morning after, before going to him || ardua per praeceps gloria vadit iter || celsi … et spe haud dubia feroces in proelium vadunt


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