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medeor —, ērī, dep.

3 MA-, to heal, cure, remedy, be good for : cui (morbo) mederi (volet): volneribus: medendis corporibus, L.: ars medendi, the healing art , O.—Fig., to remedy, succor, relieve, amend, correct, restore : violentia Turni aegrescit medendo, i. e. by opposition , V.: invidiae, S.: capiti Rosci, i. e. defend the life : dies stultis quoque mederi solet: inopiae frumentariae, Cs.: ignorantiae lectorum, provide against , N.: quas (cupiditates) mederi possis, T.

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