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gravō āvī, ātus, āre

gravis, to make heavy, load, burden, weigh down, weight, oppress : membra gravabat onus, O.: poma gravantia ramos, O.: vino somnoque, L.: semper gravata lentiscus, loaded with fruit : papavera pluviā gravantur, V. —Fig., to burden, oppress, incommode : officium, quod me gravat, H.: gravari militiā, L.: somno gravatus, V.To make more grievous, aggravate, increase : fortunam meam, O.: faenore gravatum aes alienum, L.

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