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grātor ātus, ārī, dep.

gratus, to manifest joy, wish joy, congratulate, rejoice with, rejoice : sorori, V.: toto mihi pectore, O.: Gratatur reduces (i. e. eos reduces esse), on their return , V.: praebet se gratantibus, Ta.: in vicem inter se, L.: Nescia, gratentur consolenturne parentem, O.To give thanks, express gratitude : Iliacis focis, O.: templum gratantes adire, L.: ad gratandum sese expedire, Ta.

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