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vērum adv.

verus.—In an answer, truly, certainly, doubtless, yes: So. Facies? Ch. verum, T.But in truth, but, notwithstanding, but yet: Verum aliter evenire multo intellegit, T.: ea sunt omnia non a naturā, verum a magistro.—After non modo or non solum (usu. with etiam), not only . . . but also: non modo agendo, verum etiam cogitando: servavit ab omni Non solum facto, verum opprobrio quoque turpi, H.—In a transition, but, yet, still: deinde hoc vobis confirmo . . . verum me persecuturum esse polliceor, etc.: verum veniat sane.—With enim, or enim vero, but truly, but indeed: Verum enim, quando bene promeruit, fiat, T.: si ullo in loco eius provinciae frumentum tanti fuit, quanti . . . verum enim vero cum, etc. —Interrupting the course of thought, but however, but: exspectabantur Calendae Ianuariae, fortasse non recte. verum praeterita omittamus.

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