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trādĭtor , ōris, m. id (post-Aug.).
I. A betrayer, traitor, for the usual proditor: “interfecto traditore,Tac. H. 4, 24; Sedul. Carm. 5, 61; Aug. Bapt. 7, 2.—
II. A teacher: “alicujus scientiae,Arn. 3, 113; Tert. Coron. Mil. 4 fin.
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