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centū^plĭco , 1, v. a. id., increase a hundredfold: “populum,Vulg. 2 Reg. 24, 3. —Hence, centŭplī^cātus , a, um, Part., increased a hundredfold, centuple: “fructus,Prud. Contr. Symm. 2, 1050.—Subst.: cen-tŭplī^cāta , ōrum, n., a hundredfold: “capere,Juvenc. Hist. Sacr. 3, 548.—And adv.: centŭplĭcātō vēnire, to be sold a hundred times dearer, Plin. 6, 23, 26, § 101.
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