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trāns-vehō or trāvehō vēxī, vectus, ere,

to carry across, convey over, bear to the other side, transport: quid militum transvexisset, Cs.: ut iam Hispanos omnes inflati travexerint utres, L.— Pass: legiones ex Siciliā in Africam transvectae, S.: transvectae (sc. equo) a fronte pugnantium alae, crossed in front of the line of battle, Ta.: haec transvectus caerula cursu, traversed; cf. cum quinqueremibus Corcyram travectus, crossed to Corcyra, L.—To carry in triumph, display: arma spoliaque multa Gallica carpentis travecta, L.— To ride in procession, parade: ut equites idibus Quinctilibus transveherentur, L.—Fig., of time, to pass, elapse: transvecta aestas, Ta.

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