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reditus ūs, m

red-+1 I-, a going back, returning, return : noster itus, reditus: arcens reditu tyrannum: spe omni reditūs incisā, L.: excludi reditu, N.: ne metum reditūs sui barbaris tolleret, Cs.: Maturum reditum pollicitus, H.: Votum pro reditu simulant, V.: animis reditum in caelum patere: domum, home.—Plur. : Sanguine quaerendi reditūs, V.: populum reditūs morantem, H.: populo reditūs patent, O.—Of heavenly bodies, a return, revolution, circuit : annum solis reditu metiuntur: solis anfractūs reditūsque convertere.— A return, revenue, income, proceeds, yield, profit : omnisque eius pecuniae reditus constabat, N.: reditūs metallorum, L.: reditūs quisque suos amat, O.—Fig., a return, restoration : in gratiam cum inimicis: gratiae.

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