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(evāstī, H.), sus, ere, to go out, come out, go forth: ex balineis: oppido, S.: undis, V.: in terram, disembark, L. — With acc, to traverse, pass, leave behind: viam, V.: vada, O.: castra, L.: silvas, Ta.: amnem, Ta.—To rise, climb, mount, ascend: ex abditis sedibus: ad summi fastigia culminis, V.: in muros, L.: gradūs altos, mounted, V. — To get away, escape: ex insidiis: ex fugā, Cs.: e manibus hostium, L.: advorso colle, S.: nostras manūs, escape, V.: loca mortis, O.: angustias, L.: pugnae, V.—Fig., to go out, pass out, get off, come away, escape: ex corpore: necem, Ph.: illud tempus, Ta.—Esp., to turn out, become, come to, result, prove to be, end in: ex istis angustiis ista evaserunt deteriora quam, etc.: oratores: iuvenis evasit vere indolis regiae, L.: eri lenitas Verebar quorsum evaderet, would end in, T.: miramurid, quod somniarimus, evadere? happen: ne haec laetitia vana evadat, L.: hucine (beneficia), end in this, S.: illaec licentia evadit in aliquid malum, T.: in morbos longos, L.

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