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per-vādō sī, —, ere,

to go through, pass through, extend, prevail, spread through: incendium per agros pervasit: per aequa et iniqua loca pervadunt, L.: murmur totam contionem pervasit, L.: Thessaliam cum exercitu, L.—To go, come, arrive: alquo loco: in Italiam: in nares: ad castra, L.—Fig., to extend, spread, penetrate, pervade: quo non illius diei fama pervaserit: victoriae fama cum pervasisset in Asiam, L.: opinio animos gentium pervaserat: cum fama ea urbem pervasisset, L.

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