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transĕro or trans-sĕro , no
I.perf., sertum, 3, v. a. *
I. To pass or thrust through: “per aliquid ramulum transerere,Cato, R. R. 133, 3.—
II. To transfer by grafting, to ingraft: vidi ego transertos alieno in robore ramos Altius ire suis, Stat. S. 2, 1, 101.
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