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perficiō fēcī, fectus, ere

per+facio, to achieve, execute, carry out, accomplish, perform, despatch, bring about, bring to an end, finish, complete : comitiis perficiendis undecim dies tribuit, Cs.: iis comitiis perfectis, L.: scelus, perpetrate : nihil est simul et inventum et perfectum: centum annos, live through , H.: munus, execute , V.To bring to completion, finish, perfect : candelabrum perfectum e gemmis clarissimis: in perficiendo muro adiuvare, L.To make perfect, perfect : citharā Achillem, O.To bring about, cause, effect : perfice hoc, ut haeream, etc., T.: perfice ut putem, convince me : eloquentia perfecit, ut, etc., N.: omnia perfecit, quae senatus salvā re p. ne fieri possent perfecerat: illud non perficies, quo minus, etc.

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