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vīctor ōris, m

1 VIC-, a conqueror, vanquisher, victor: quod (stipendium) victores victis imponere consuerint, Cs.: aut libertas parata victori est, aut mors proposita victo: victores bellorum civilium, in civil wars: tanti belli, L.: cum civili bello victor iratus respondit, etc.—In apposition, victorious, conquering: peius victoribus Sequanis, quam Aeduis victis accidisse, Cs.: galli (aves) victi silere solent, canere victores: victores Graii, O.: Marcellus armatus et victor, after his victory: abiere Romani ut victores, L.: victor virtute fuisset (i. e. vicisset), S.—Poet.: in curru victore veheris, triumphal, O.—Fig., a master, conqueror: animus libidinis et divitiarum victor, S.: Victor propositi, i. e. having accomplished, H.

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