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continuō adv.

continuus, immediatcly, forthwith, straightway, directly, without delay: mors continuo ipsam occupat, just afterwards, T.: Haud mora, continuo matris praecepta facessit, V.: Ut vel continuo patuit, H.: Egomet continuo mecum, I immediately said to myself, T.: spem continuo adulescens superavit, as soon as he grew up: continuo ut vidit.—By consequence, necessarily, of course: Continuo sic collige, quod, etc., draw the immediate inference, Iu.: non continuo, si ... sum sicarius, it does not follow that: forsitan non continuo, sed certe, si, etc.: si malo careat, continuone fruitur summo bono?

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