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per-ōrō āvī, ātus, āre,

to speak from beginning to end, plead throughout, harangue at length: a Quinto causa est Sesti perorata: breviter peroratum esse, L.: In Proculas, Iu.—To end, close, conclude, finish: strepitu senatūs coactus est perorare: dicta est a me causa et perorata: est mihi perorandum: de ceteris, N.—To bring to an end, conclude, finish, have done with: res illo die non peroratur: haec laudemus, cum erunt perorata.

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