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ē-discō didici, —, ere,

to learn thoroughly, learn by heart, commit to memory: aliquid eius modi, some such phrases: poëtas: numerum versuum, Cs.: diebus ediscendi fasti, i. e. a calendar to learn by heart. — To learn, study: istam artem (iuris): ritūs pios populi, O.: modos vitae, H.: quem ad modum tractandum bellum foret, L.: tristia posse pati, O.: edidici, quid Troia pararet, i. e. have experienced, O.

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