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in-vādō vāsī, vāsus, ere,

to go into, enter: ignis, quocumque invasit: urbem, L.: viam, enter upon, V.: tria millia stadiorum, to accomplish, Ta. —To enter violently, move against, rush upon, fall upon, assail, assault, attack, invade: in transversa latera invaserant cohortes, L.: in collum (mulieris) invasit, fell upon her neck: in Caecinam cum ferro: Romanos, S.: aciem, L.: Pompei copias, N.: portūs, V.: in lecto cubantem, N.: madidā cum veste gravatum, V.: sperans, hostīs invadi posse, S.: undique simul invaditur, S.—Fig., to fall upon, seize, take possession of, usurp: in multas pecunias: in eius viri fortunas: in arcem illius causae: regnum animo, S.—To make an attack on, seize, lay hold of, attack, befall: contagio invasit, civitas immutata, S.: tantus repente terror invasit, ut, Cs.: cupido Marium, S.: Me tremor invasit, O.: in philosophiam: in corpus meum vis morbi, L.: furor invaserat improbis.—To take hold of, undertake, attempt: Martem clipeis, V.— To assail with words, accost: continuo invadit, V.: alqm minaciter, Ta.: consules, cur, etc., Ta.

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