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-lūcĕo , ēre, v. n., lit., to be light enough to distinguish objects apart; hence, trop., be clear, evident (rare): “dilucere brevi fraus coepit,Liv. 8, 27 fin.; cf. id. 3, 16; 25, 29 fin.: “emolumentum ejus in animo tuo dilucebit,Gell. 16, 8, 16.—With a subject-clause: “satis dilucet, hanc capionem posse dici,Gell. 7, 10, 3.
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