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sŭb-intellĕgo , ĕre, v. a., understand or perceive a little (late Lat.), Tert. adv. Marc. 5, 3; Hier. Ep. 145 med.
II. To supply in thought, understand in addition, Aug. Trin. 6, 4; id. Serm. 104, 3 fin.; Greg. M. in Job, 33, 7 al.
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