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ēventus ūs, m

ex + BA-, an occurrence, accident, event, fortune, fate, lot : fore eos eventūs rerum qui acciderunt: ex eventu navium, Cs.: ducis, V.: qui quosque eventūs exciperent, Cs.: impiorum fratrum, L.: eventūs illos meruisse, O.The issue, consequence, result, end : eventus est alicuius exitus negoti: eventus in incerto erat, S.: ad eventum festinat (poëta), H.: cogitans incertos eventūs valetudinis: certaminum, L.: belli prosper, L.: eius diei, Cs.—Prov.: stultorum magister est, L.A success, good-fortune : atque illi modo cauti prompti post eventum erant, Ta.

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