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prō-vehō vēxi, vectus, ere,

to carry forward, move along, convey (old in act.).—Pass, to advance, move forward, go on, ride, drive: leni Africo provectus, Cs.: provehimur portu, V.: paulum ab suis equo provectus, L.: a terrā provectae naves, sailed out, Cs.—Fig., to carry on, carry forward, lead on: huc me provexit oratio: haec spes provexit, ut, etc., led them on so far, L.: Epulantium comitas provexit omnīs ad largius vinum, Cu.—Pass, to be led on, advance, proceed, go onward, make progress: si qui longius in amicitia provecti essent: provectus est intemperantiā linguae in maledicta, was betrayed, L.: quid ultra Provehor? why say more? V.: iam aetate provectus, advanced in life.—To advance, exalt, elevate, raise: ecquo te tua virtus provexisset?: ad summos honores alios, L.: Vim temperatam di provehunt In maius, H.: Agrippinae gratiā provectus, Ta.

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