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cōnsultō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.

consulo, to reflect, consider maturely, consult, take counsel, deliberate: de officio: inter paucos de summā rerum, L.: de bello in conviviis, Ta.: cum aliquibus, Cu.: super re magnā, Ta.: tempus consultando absumere, L.: ad eam rem consultandam, L.: conducat id necne: quid in illis statuamus, S.: quid opus facto sit, L.—With dat, to take care, have a care: rei p., S.To consult, advise with, ask counsel of: senes ad consultandum arcessunt, L.: alqm, Tb.

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