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re-vehō vexī, vectus, ere,

to carry back, bring back, convey back: Segestam Carthagine revecta: praedam inde, L.: tela ad Graios, O.: domum te. H.: revehi ad proelium, return, L.: equo citato ad urbem revectus, riding, L.: Hac ego sum captis macte revectus equis, O.—Fig.: ad paulo superiorem aetatem revecti sumus, have gone back.

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