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commeātus (conm-) ūs, m

commeo, a going to and fro, passing back and forth: duobus commeatibus exercitum reportare, i. e. in two trips, Cs.A leave of absence, furlough: totius aestatis: sumere, L.: in commeatu esse, to be on furlough, L.: liberi commeatūs erant, L.A train, convoy, supply - train: magni, Cs.Provisions, supplies, stores, a market: maximi, Cs.: commeatu et publico et privato prohiberi: spe amplior, S.: commeatu nostros prohibere, Cs.: ex montibus invecti, L.: conmeatibus paratis, S.: frumenti, L.: rei frumentariae commeatūsque causā moratur, supplies of war, baggage, Cs.

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