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dīspiciō spēxī, spectus, ere

SPEC-, to descry, discern, perceive, make out, distinguish, detect (by the sight): ne scintillam quidem ullam ad dispiciendum reliquerunt: acie mentis: catuli, qui iam dispecturi sunt: summo ab aethere terras, O.: dispecta est et Thule, Ta.—Fig., to perceive, discern, discover, detect (by the mind): libertatem ex servitute: verum: quorum nihil cum dispexisset caecata mens, L.: quid velit: quod sperem.— To consider, reflect upon, look about, regard : iam aliquid dispiciam, T.: res Romanas: insidiatorem, L.

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