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mātūrō āvī, ātus, āre

maturus, to make ripe, ripen, bring to maturity : omnia maturata, ripened : uva maturata dulcescit, ripe .—Fig., to make haste, hasten, accelerate, quicken, despatch, expedite : at matura, T.: ita maturare, ut, etc.: legati in Africam maturantes veniunt, S.: maturandum sibi existimavit, Cs.: maturavit, ne, etc., L.: quam maturato opus erat, L.: nuptias, T.: ad coepta maturanda redire, L.: iter, Cs.: huic mortem: insidias consuli, S.: fugam, V.: flumen Axonam exercitum traducere, Cs.: venire: iter pergere, S.: Multa quae mox caelo properanda sereno, Maturare datur, i. e. do deliberately , V.To hurry, precipitate : signum dare, i. e. give too soon , S.

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