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attendō (adt-) tendī, tentus, ere

ad + tendo, to stretch toward, direct.—With animum, give attention, attend to, consider, give heed: cum animum attenderis, on careful observation: animos ad ea: quid velim, T.: sermo agresti an urbano propior esset, L.—With ellips. of animum: postquam attendi Magis, T.: audi atque attende: versum, listen to: stuporem hominis, mark: hostium res, S.: de necessitate: versūs pars attenditur: illud a se esse concessum: adtendere, quae res, etc., S.: attendite num aberret: quid petam aequo animo attendite, T.

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