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appāreō (ad-p-) uī, itūrus, ēre,

to appear, come in sight, make an appearance: ille nusquam apparet, T.: Apparent rari nantes, are seen, V.: huic questioni, at this trial: in his (subselliis): de sulcis, O. — Esp., to be evident, be apparent, be visible, be seen, show oneself, be in public: fac sis nunc promissa adpareant, T.: ubi campus Leontinus appareat, what there is to show for: nihil apparet in eo ingenuum: (iambus) apparet rarus, occurs, H.: apparet vetus cicatrix, O.: Rebus angustis Fortis appare, show thyself, H.: non apparere labores Nostros, are not appreciated, H. — Fig.: res adparet, is plain, T.: apparuit causa plebi, the reason was clear, L.: apparebat atrox cum plebe certamen, was evidently on hand, L.: ut ad quandam rationem vivendi (membra) data esse appareant.—Impers., with subj clause, it is evident, is manifest: cui non apparere, id actum esse, ut, etc., L.: adparet servom hunc esse domini pauperis, T.: quid senserit apparet in libro, etc.: Nec apparet cur, etc., H.: quas impendere iam apparebat omnibus, N. — To appear as servant, attend, serve: sacerdotes diis apparento, lictores consulibus, L.: septem annos Philippo, N.: Iovis ad solium, V.

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