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penetrō āvī, ātus, āre

penus+1 TER-, to enter, penetrate, betake oneself : sub terras: ad ipsos (deos): in castra hostium, L.: per angustias: eo, thus far , N.: penetrat vox ad aures, O.: in eam speluncam penetratum cum signis est, L.: Illyricos sinūs, press into , V.: mediae cryptam Suburrae, Iu.—Fig., to pierce, sink, enter, penetrate : Romuli animus in templa penetravit: in animos: ad sensum iudicis: quo non ars penetrat? O.: nihil Tiberium magis penetravit, quam, etc., i. e. impressed , Ta.

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