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meditor ātus, ārī, dep.

3 MA-, to reflect, muse, consider, meditate, give attention : meditando extundere artīs, V.: causam tuam, i. e. how to defend yourself , T.: ea para, meditare, quae, etc.: Meditata mihi sunt omnia mea incommoda, I have thought over , T.: ad ea: ad huius vitae studium meditati sunt labores tui, i. e. have prepared you : de rei p. libertate.— To meditate, plan, devise, contrive : iam designatus alio voltu esse meditabatur: animo proficisci, N.: capere dolis Reginam meditor, V.: quo modo cum illo loquar: quibus verbis illius cupiditatem comprimas: meditatum et cogitatum scelus.— To meditate, study, exercise, practise, rehearse : meditati ad dicendum venimus, prepared : Demosthenes perfecit meditando, ut, etc.: quid Crassus ageret meditandi causā: meditans in proelia taurus, V.: ea, quae meditata et praeparata inferuntur: meditatum cogitatumque verbum, studied : verba, O.: murmura, rehearsed mumblings , Iu.To sing, celebrate in song : omnia, quae Phoebo meditante Audiit, V.

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