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re-portō āvī, ātus, āre,

to bear back, bring again, carry back: diligens fuit ad reportandum, restoring (the borrowed statue): candelabrum secum in Syriam: (milites) in Siciliam navibus, Cs.: exercitum e Britanniā: legiones, L.: massam picis urbe, V.: curru aurato reportati, borne in triumph: pedem in hoste (i. e. redire), V.—To carry off, bear away, get, gain, obtain: nihil ex praedā domum suam: nihil praeter laudem ex hostibus: praedam ad decemviros.—Fig., to bring back: ex calamitate solacium: Spem bonam domum, H.: (Echo) audita verba, returns, O.—To bring back, report: adytis dicta, V.: fidem, trustworthy information, V.: Nuntius reportat Advenisse viros, V.

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