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prae-currō cucurrī

(rarely currī), —, ere, to run before, hasten on before, precede: propere, T.: ad Persea, L.: ante omnīs, Cs.: Barros equis albis, i. e. surpass, H.—Fig., to go before, precede, anticipate: eo fama iam praecurrerat de proelio Dyrrhachino, Cs.: Isocratem aetate: ita praecurrit amicitia iudicium: ut certis rebus certa signa praecurrerent, precede.—To exceed, surpass, excel: mihi studio: eum nobilitate, N.

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