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ad-aequō āvī, ātus, āre,

to make equal, equalize, level with: cum virtute fortunam: cum familiarissimis eius adaequatus, regarded as his equal: molibus ferme (oppidi) moenibus adaequatis, on a level with, Cs.: tecta solo, to level with the ground, L.: operibus quidquam, produce anything equal, L.: se virtute nostris, Cs.—To attain to, reach by equalling, with acc: cursum alicuius, to keep up with, Cs.: ut muri altitudinem acervi armorum adaequarent, Cs. — With ellips. of object: adaequare apud Caesarem gratiā (sc. Aeduos), Cs.

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