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ē-vehō vexī, vectus, ere,

to carry out, bring forth, convey out, lead forth: omnia (signa) ex fanis evecta: ex planis locis aquas, L.: incaute se evehentīs excipiebat, rushing out, L.—To carry up: in collem evehi, L.—Pass, to be borne forth, move forth, proceed, advance, sail, drift: evectus effreno equo, L.: freto in Oceanum evectus, sailed out, L.: in altum, L.—Fig., to carry forth, spread abroad, carry away: e Piraeeo eloquentia evecta est: inter dicendi contentionem inconsultius evectus, L.—To lift up, raise, elevate: alqm ad deos, H.: quos evexit ad aethera virtus, V.: ad consulatum, Ta.: in caelum, Iu.

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