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equidem adv.

old interj. e + quidem. — In corroboration, verily, truly, indeed, at all events (usu. with 1 st pers. sing .): id equidem ego certo scio, T.: iocabar equidem, T.: equidem negare non possum, etc.: equidem cum viderem, etc.: Certe equidem audieram, V.: Iam pridem equidem nos amisimus, etc., S.: vanum equidem hoc consilium est, S.: equidem si nobis religiones nullae essent, L.For my part, as far as I am concerned : equidem me Caesaris militem dici volui; vos me, etc., Cs.: equidem doleo, etc. — In concession, certainly, by all means, of course, to be sure, indeed, no doubt : equidem istuc factum ignoscam, verum, etc., T.: amo te equidem, verum, etc.: vellem equidem vobis placere, sed, etc., L.

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