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id- adv.,

for that reason, on that account, therefore: neque ideo est causa deterior: atque ideo ad Pompeium contendit, Cs.: fugacissimi, ideoque tam diu superstites, Ta.: nec cellis ideo contende Falernis, V.—With appos. clause giving a reason: re quidem ipsā ideo mihi non satis facio, quod, etc.: ne me foliis ideo brevioribus ornes, Quod timui, etc., H.: sed quia maius est beneficium, ideo peto, ut, etc.: vestrae sapientiae est, non, si causa iusta est, ideo putare, etc.—With a clause denoting a purpose: ideone ego pacem diremi, ut, etc.: an ideo aliquid contra mulieres scripsit, ne, etc.: non, quin breviter reddi responsum potuerit, ideo potius delectos missos, quam, etc., L.

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