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expedītus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of expedio, unfettered, unimpeded, unencumbered, without a burden : in Galliam proficisci: Sagana, tucked up , H.: legiones, without baggage , Cs.: expedito exercitu pervenit, Ta.Masc . as subst: novem dierum iter expedito, a nine days' forced march , Cs.Ready, free, prompt, easy, unembarrassed : expedito nobis homine opus est: ad dicendum.— Convenient, at hand, ready, commodious : iis expedito loco actuaria navigia relinquit, Cs.: via expeditior ad honores: Caesaris victoria, complete , Cs.: reditum in caelum patere expeditissimum: pecunia expeditissima, readiest.—Neut . as subst: in expedito habere copias, L.

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