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studeō uī, —, ēre,

to give attention, be eager, be zealous, take pains, be diligent, be busy with, be devoted, strive after, apply oneself, pursue, desire, wish: ut aequum fuerat atque ut studui, T.: nihil egregie, T.: illud ipsum, quod studet: id, ne, etc., L.: unum studetis, Antoni conatum avertere a re p.: quos non tam ulcisci studeo quam sanare: fieri studebam eius prudentiā doctior: portum intrare, N.: qui placere se studeat bonis, T.: coloniam tu expugnari studes: qui sese student praestare ceteris animalibus, S.: huic rei studendum, ut, etc., Cs.: virtuti, laudi, dignitati: ei scientiae: ars, cui studueram: legibus cognoscendis: qui te nec amet nec studeat tui, troubles himself about, Caec. ap. C.: Ne solus esset, Ph.—To be friendly, feel affection, be favorable, favor, side with: neque studere neque odisse, S.: ut studeat tibi, ut te adiuvet: Atheniensium rebus, N.

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