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perspiciō spēxī, spectus, ere

SPEC-, to look through, look into, look at, see through : quo ne perspici quidem posset, Cs.: eas (epistulas), look through : ut prae densitate arborum perspici caelum vix posset, be discerned , L.To look closely at, view, examine, inspect : domum: operis perspiciendi causā venire, Cs.—Fig., to perceive clearly, discern, mark, note, observe, prove, ascertain, contemplate : tuom ut se habeat animum, T.: se: sed tu perspice rem et pertenta: alcuius virtutem: quem perspexisse laborant, to see through , H.: quanti te facerem: perspicite, quantum putetis, etc.: perspiciebant enim in Hortensi sententiam plures ituros: perspectus est (Pompeius) de te cogitare.

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