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ē-doceō cuī, ctus, ēre,

to teach thoroughly, instruct, inform, apprise: causam meam imperitos: inventutem mala facinora, S.: cuncta edoctus, S.: vir omnīs belli artīs edoctus, trained in, L.: Advectum Aencan, V.: edoctus tandem deos esse, L.: alquos, quae dici vellet, Cs.: id unde (sit), edoce, T.: ante edocti, quae interrogati pronuntiarent, Cs.: ut tot cladibus edocti crederent, etc., L.: Phanium edocebo, Ne quid vereatur, T.: gentem casūs aperire futuros, O.: ordine omnia, L.: acta, S.—Of things, to teach, show, prove: fama edocuerat, viam tantum Alpīs esse, L.: edocuit ratio ... ut, etc.: avaritia superbiam edocuit, S.: avaritia deos neglegere edocuit, S.

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