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dūrō āvī ātus, āre

I.I. Trans, to make hard, harden, solidify : fumo uvam, dry , H.: calor durat (terram), V.: caementa calce durata, L.: solo nives, H.: undam in glaciem, Tb.—Fig., to harden with use, make hardy, inure : membra animumque, H.: umeros ad volnera, V.: hoc se labore, Cs.: adversus mala duratus, L.To render hard, make insensible, dull, blunt : ferro (Iuppiter) duravit saecula, H.To bear, endure, resist : laborem, V.: Vix durare carinae Possunt Aequor, H.
II.II. Intrans, to grow hard : Tum durare solum Coeperit, V.To be inured, be patient, wait, persevere, endure, hold out : hic, T.: in labore sub pellibus, L.: Durate et vosmet servate, V.Pass impers. : nec durari extra tecta poterat, L.To hold out, continue, last, remain : totidem per annos, V.: duret gentibus odium sui, Ta.: durante originis vi, Ta.: eadem horam durare probantes, H.: durando saecula vincit, V.: in hanc saeculi lucem, to survive , Ta.: durant colles, i. e. extend , Ta.

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