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re-colō coluī, cultus, ere,

to till again, cultivate anew, work over: terram, L.: humus post tempora longa reculta, O.: metalla intermissa, L.—To inhabit again, revisit: locum, Ph.—To reinvest: alqm sacerdotiis, Ta.—To restore, replace: imagines subversas, Ta.—Fig., to practise again, resume, renew: artes, quibus a pueris dediti fuimus: ad haec studia recolenda: dignitatem.—To think over, reflect upon, consider: quae si tecum ipse recolueris: animas Lustrabat studio recolens, V.: pectore sua facta, Ct.—To recall, recollect: Hoc tua, nam recolo, quondam germana canebat, O.

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