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āctus ūs, m

1 AG-, a driving, impulse, setting in motion: actu inflectit feram: Fertur magno mons actu, with a mighty impulse, V. — Meton., a right of way, right to drive through, C.—Esp., a recital, delivery: fabellarum, L.: carminum, expressive gestures, L.A part of a play, act: modo, in quocumque fuerit actu, probetur<*> primo actu placeo, T.: hic restat actus, i. e. this crowning achievement: cognoscere in actu (opp. legere), i. e. to see done, O.

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