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audeō ausus sum (subj perf. ausim), ēre

1 AV-, to venture, dare, be bold, dare to do, risk: tantum facinus, T.: nihil: fraudem, L.: ultima, desperate measures, L.: proelium, Ta.: pro vitā maiora, V.: res est audenda, L.: ausum Talia deposcunt, him who dared so much, O.: ausurum se in tribunis, quod, etc., in dealing with tribunes, L.: multo dolo audebantur, L.: audendum dextrā, now for a daring deed, V.: nil muttire, T.: alqd optare: loco cedere, S.: sapere aude, have the resolution, H.: vix ausim credere, O.: ad audendum impudentissimus: si audes, fac, etc.: nec quia audent, sed quia necesse est, pugnare, L.: Auctor ego audendi, V.: audendo potentior, Ta.: longius ausuri, Ta. — Of style: feliciter, H. — Poet.: in proelia, to be eager for battle, V.

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