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I.I. Introducing a concession, though, although, albeit: Etsi scio ego meum ius esse ... ego tamen, etc., T.: etsi non iniquum est, tamen est inusitatum: etsi aliquo accepto detrimento, tamen, etc., Cs.: etsi nihil aliud abstulissetis, tamen oportebat, etc.: etsi priore foedere staretur, satis cautum erat, L.: id etsi antea iam consecratum esset, tamen tum se dare, etc., although, as he pretended, etc.: etsi non iniquum certe triste senatūs consultum factum est, L.—
II.II. Introducing a correction or limitation, although, and yet, but, though I know that: virtutem si unam amiseris— etsi amitti non potest virtus, sed si, etc.

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