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in-veterāscō rāvī, —, ere,

inch, to grow old, become fixed, be established, continue long: quibus quisque in locis miles inveteraverit, Cs.: exercitum inveterascere in Galliā moleste ferebant, establish themselves, Cs.: (fabulas) feci ut inveterascerent, had a long run, T.: aes alienum inveterascit.—To become fixed, grow inveterate, be rooted: ut hanc inveterascere consuetudinem nolint, Cs.: inveteravit opinio perniciosa rei p.: spes est in primis diebus, nam si inveterarit, actum est: intellego in nostrā civitate inveterasse, ut, etc., has become a custom: inveterascet hoc quoque, Ta.

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