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cōnor ātus, ārī,

to undertake, endeavor, attempt, try, venture, seek, aim, make an effort, begin, make trial of: (mulieres) dum conantur, annus est, T.: audax ad conandum: conari desistis: conari consuescere, N.: ego obviam conabar tibi, was going to find you, T.: quicquam Fallaciae, T.: id quod conantur consequi, their ends: tantam rem, L.: multa stulte, N.: plurima frustra, V.: Ter conatus utramque viam, V.: id ne fieret omnia conanda esse, L.: ius suum exsequi, Cs.: rem labefactare: haec delere: frustra loqui, O.: frustra dehortando impedire, N.: si perrumpere possent, Cs.

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