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con-globō āvī, ātus, āre,

to gather into a ball, press together in a mass, roll up: mare conglobatur undique: terra nutibus suis conglobata: se in unum, L.: in forum, L.: proditores conglobati, in a compact body, L.: conglobatae beluae, L.— Fig.: definitiones conglobatae, accumulated.

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