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intrō-dūcō dūxī, ductus, ere,

to lead in, bring in, introduce, conduct within, admit: Chremem, T.: noctu milites, S.: praesidium, Cs.: suas copias in finīs, Cs.: in cubiculum introductus: ad regem, Cu.: eo navīs, Cs.—Fig., to bring in, introduce: philosophiam in domūs: ambitionem in senatum. —In speaking, to introduce, represent, bring forward: Catonem senem disputantem: introducta rei similitudo.—To bring forward as an assertion, insist, maintain: natum mundum.—To institute, found, establish: hac introductā consuetudine: novum in re p. exemplum, set, Cs.: exemplum a patricio homine introductum, L.

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