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aliquantō adv.,

by some little, in a degree, somewhat, rather: aliquanto liberius refutare: plus cogitare: aliquanto felicior fuit: carinae aliquanto planiores quam, etc., much flatter, Cs.: maior aliquanto numerus, S.: ad maius aliquanto certamen redit, L.: aliquanto ante quam: post autem aliquanto surrexit, some time afterwards: terra etsi aliquanto specie differt, etc.: intra legem et quidem aliquanto, considerably.

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