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cito (old citō adv. with comp. citius, and sup. citissimē

citus, quickly, speedily, soon: abi, T.: discere: dicta Percipere, H.: tacitus citius audies, T.: obrepere eam (senectutem) citius quam putavissent: non vis citius progredi? Ph.: dicto, H.: Serius aut citius, sooner or later, O.: se in currūs citissime recipere, Cs.Comp, sooner, rather: citius dixerim, iactasse se aliquos: Eripiet quivis oculos citius mihi, quam, etc., H.—With a negative, not soon, not easily: Haud cito mali quid ortum ex hoc, T.: neque verbis aptiorem cito alium dixerim.

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