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intrō āvi, ātus, āre

* interus; ANA-, to go into, enter: limen: olearum ordinem: domum, N.: portas, L.: id (flumen), S.: fluminis ripas, to come between, V.: ut domus est intrata, O.: ante quam (animus) in corpus intravisset: in portūs, O.: in Capitolium: intra praesidia, Cs.: protinus ad Alexandrum, Cu.To penetrate, pierce, enter, force a way in: alquo, Cs.: alqm locum, Cs.: ad munimenta, L.—Fig., to penetrate, pierce, enter, reach, attain: Si intravit dolor, intrude, H.: propius accedo . . . intrabo etiam magis: quam (domum), L.: intravit animos pavor, Cu.: in possessionem bonorum: in tuam familiaritatem penitus, become your intimate friend.

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