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cēterum adv.

acc n. sing. of ceterus, for the rest, in other respects, else, otherwise: foedera alia aliis legibus, ceterum eodem modo omnia fiunt, L.: brevior via per loca deserta, ceterum dierum erat fere decem, N. — In transitions, now, besides, for the rest, T.: Ceterum ex aliis negotiis, etc., S. —Restrictive, but, yet, notwithstanding, still, on the other hand: id quidem (bellum) spe omnium serius fuit: ceterum, id quod non timebant, etc., L.: multa ceterum levia, S.: multum laboris suscipere, ceterum maxume tutos esse, S.Otherwise, else, in the opposite event: non enim cogitaras; ceterum Idem hoc melius invenisses, T.

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