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red-undō āvī, ātus, āre,

to run over, pour over, stream over, overflow: mare neque redundat umquam: Gutture pleno redundet aqua, O.: cum pituita redundat aut bilis.—P. pass.: redundatae aquae, surging, O.—To be over full, overflow, be choked, swim, reek: quae (crux) civis sanguine redundat: hic locus acervis corporum et civium sanguine redundavit.—Fig., to run over, overflow, remain, be left, redound, be in excess, abound: ex meo tenui vectigali aliquid etiam redundabit, will still remain: hinc illae extraordinariae pecuniae redundarunt, have proceeded: si ex hoc beneficio nullum in me periculum redundarit: In genus auctoris miseri fortuna redundat, O.: ne quid invidiae mihi in posteritatem redundaret, should fall upon me: ex rerum cognitione efflorescat et redundet oportet oratio, flow abundantly: non reus ex causā redundat Postumus, is left under accusation: tuus deus non digito uno redundat, sed capite, collo, cervicibus, etc., has in excess.—Of style, to be lavish, be redundant, be copious, overflow: nimis redundantes iuvenili quādam dicendi impunitate: oratores nimis redundantes: ut neque in Antonio deesset hic ornatus orationis neque in Crasso redundaret.—To abound, be filled, overflow: munitus indicibus fuit, quorum hodie copia redundat: omnibus vel ornamentis vel praesidiis redundare: acerbissimo luctu redundaret ista victoria.

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