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com-meō (conm-) āvī, ātus, āre,

to go and come, pass to and fro, move back and forth, go about: ultro citro: tuto ab hostium incursu, Cs.: quā viā omnes commeabant, N.: illo mari, Ta.: ad ea furta quae reliquisses.—To come, have recourse, make frequent visits, frequent: huc raro in urbem, T.: minime ad eos, Cs.: quo omnes cum mercibus commeabant: illius litterae ad nos.

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