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ob-servō āvī, ātus, āre,

to watch, note, heed, observe, take notice of, attend to: filium, Quid agat, T.: fetūs, watch for, V.: occupationem eius: tempus epistulae tibi reddendae, watch for: sese, keep a close watch over: observant quem ad modum sese gerat, etc.—To watch, guard, keep: greges, O.— To observe, take care, see, provide: ne plus reddat quam acceperit: quod ne accidat observari nec potest, etc.—To observe, respect, regard, attend to, heed, keep, comply with: neque signa neque ordines, S.: leges: praeceptum diligentissime, Cs.: centesimas, adhere to: commendationes, regard: post illum observatum, ut, etc., i. e. it was the rec ognized rule, L.—To pay attention to, respect, regard, esteem, honor: talem hunc virum, S.: tribules suos: regem, V.: me ut patrem.

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