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per-currō percucurrī or percurrī, cursus, ere,

to run, run along, run all the way, run through, hasten through, traverse, run over, pass over: curriculo percurre (ad villam), run quickly, T.: per temonem (currūs), along the pole, Cs.: agrum Picenum, Cs.: aristas, speed over, O.: pectine telas, V.: rima percurrit lumine nimbos, V.—Fig., of speech, to run over, go through, treat in succession: per omnīs civitates percurrit mea oratio: partes, quas modo percucurri: multas res oratione: Percurram quot villas possideat, Iu.—Of thought or vision, to run over, scan briefly, look over: id brevi: oculo, H.: paginas in annalibus magistratuum, look over, L.—Of feeling, to run through, penetrate: pectora metu percurrente, Cu.

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