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con-vincō vīcī, vīctus, ere,

to overcome, convict, refute, expose: me teste: paulatim convictus veris, L.: convicti mulctantur, when convicted, Ta.: te amentiae: convicti maleficii servi: facinoris, S.: manifestis criminibus: iudicio legatorum, S.: conscientiā: in hoc scelere: aliquid fecisse convinci, L.—To prove incontestably, show clearly, demonstrate, expose: convincam si negas: inauditum facinus voce convinci: haec poëtarum portenta: avaritiam, Cs.: convicta (praedia), proved to be stolen: quod apud patres convictum, Ta.: quod sive fateris sive convinceris: ne convincas esse illum tuom, T.: nihil te didicisse.

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