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advertō (advortō tī, sus, ere,

to turn to, turn towards, direct: In partem lumina, O.: agmen urbi, V.: terris proram, V.: classem in portum, L.: hue carinam, O.: Scythicas advertitur oras, steers to, O.: proram, to turn landward, V.: laeti advertuntur harenae, V. — To direct, turn: huc mentem, V.: malis numen, your power to (avenge my) wrongs, V.: animum adverte, attend: animum in eum: monitis animos advertite vestris, O.: adverte, give heed, V.: animis advertite vestris, V. — Animum adverto is often used like animadverto, as verb trans.: postquam id animum advertit, Cs.: animum advortit inter saxa cochleas, S.: quam rem vitio dent, T.: magnas esse copias hostium, etc., Cs.: tunc esset hoc animum advertendum: quā re animum adversā, Cs.

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