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ingredior essus, ī, dep.

1 in+gradior, to advance, go forward, march, proceed: si stas, ingredere; si ingrederis, curre: Ingredere, o ductor, V.: pedes per nives et glaciem ingredi coepit, Cu.: tardius: quācumque, O.: solo, L.: vestigiis patris: per titulos tuos, O.To go into, enter: in templum: in castra, L.: mare, T.: Numidiam, S.: iter pedibus: curiam, L.: lucum, V.: intra finem eius loci: castris ingressus Etruscis, V.—Fig., to enter upon, engage in, begin, undertake, apply oneself to: in vitam tamquam in viam: in sermonem, Cs.: viam vivendi: disputationem mecum: magistratum, S.: vestigia patris, follow, L.: ad discendum: ad ea quae voltis: eas res mandare monumentis: aliquid describere: versare dolos, V.: Sic contra est ingressa Venus, began (to speak), V.: tibi res antiquae laudis Ingredior, V.

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