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triumphō āvī, ātus, āre

triumphus, to march in triumphal procession, celebrate a triumph, triumph : cupiditas triumphandi: ex praetura: de Numantinis: cum triumphantem (Camillum) albi per urbem vexerant equi, L.: quasi debellato triumphare, L.: vidimus ex urbe triumphari: populi iussu triumphatum est, L.Pass, to be led in triumph, be conquered, be subdued, be the subjects of a triumph : Bisque triumphatas utroque ab litore gentes, V.: triumphatis dare iura Medis, H.: triumphatus bos, i. e. obtained as booty , O.— Fig., to triumph, exult, be glad, rejoice exceedingly : gaudio: in quo triumphat oratio mea: triumpho, si licet me, etc., T.

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