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continuō āvī, ātus, āre

continuus, to join, make continuous, connect, unite: (aër) mari continuatus est: aedificia moenibus. L.: Suionibus gentes continuantur, border upon, Ta.: domos, to erect in rows, S.: fundos in agro, to buy contiguous tracts: quae (atomi) aliae alias adprehendentes continuantur, combine: pontem, finish, Ta.To make continuous, carry on uninterruptedly, extend, prolong, draw out, continue: die ac nocte continuato itinere, Cs.: diem noctemque itinere continuato, L.: magistratum, S.: alcui consulatum, L.: dapes, serve dish after dish, H.: (libertas) ad hoc tempus continuata permansit: paci confestim continuatur discordia domi, follow close upon, L.: damna damnis, Ta.—Of time, to pass, occupy: diem noctemque potando, Ta.

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