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aditus ūs, m

1 adeo, a going to, drawing near, approach, access: urbīs uno aditu atque adventu captas: temptare aditūs, seek to approach, V.: viri mollīs aditūs novisse, how to approach gently, V.A privilege of admittance, access: faciles aditūs ad eum privatorum: aditum petentibus conveniendi dare, an opportunity of conversing, N.: sermonis aditum cum Cicerone habere, Cs.: in id sacrarium.—Concr., a way of approach, entrance, avenue, entry: primo aditu vestibuloque prohibere: aditu carentia saxa, inaccessible, O.—Hence, a way of approach, means of reaching: ad causam: ad huius modi res.

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