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currō cucurrī, cursus, ere

1 CEL-, to run, move quickly, hasten: propere, T.: per totum conclave pavidi, H.: fugiens hostem, H.: Plus homine, with superhuman speed, O.: ad vocem praeceps, O.: eosdem cursūs: curritur ad praetorium. —With acc: qui stadium currit, runs a race: iter aequore, V.: aequor, V.—Prov.: currentem incitare, to spur a willing horse: asellum currere doceas, i. e. you labor to no purpose, H.: per flammam, to go through fire.—Poet., of rapid motion, to sail, fly, hasten, move rapidly: per omne mare, H.: mercator ad Indos, H.: medio ut limite curras, Icare, O.—Of things, to run, flow, roll, spread, extend: amnes in aequora currunt, V.: flumina, O.: currente rotā, H.: rubor per ora, V.: rivis currentia vina, V. — Fig., to run, flow, trip, advance, move, pass away: proclivi currit oratio: versus incomposito pede, H.: nox inter pocula currat, Pr.: Aetas, H.—With acc, to run, traverse: eosdem cursūs, adopt the same policy. — Poet.: Talia saecla currite (i. e. currendo efficite), V.

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