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plur. cette, old imper, hither with it, give, bring here: Puerum, mihi cedo, T.: senem, bring hither, T.: cedo, quaeso, codicem: cedo tabulas.—Esp., let us hear, tell, say, speak, out with it: cedo istuc tuom consilium, T.: unum cedo auctorem tui facti: cedo, quoium puerum hic apposuisti? T.: cedo igitur, quid faciam, T.: cedo, cui cognitor factus sit, etc.: cedo, si conata peregit, what, if, etc., Iu.: cedo dum, en umquam audisti, etc.? come now, T.—Parenthet., let me, by your leave: ego, statim, cedo, inquam si quid, etc. —Look at, mark, behold! cedo mihi leges Atinias: illius contionem.

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