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per-veniō vēnī, ventus, īre,

to come up, arrive: nisi Hispanorum cohors pervenisset, L.: in fines Eburonum, Cs.: ad portam: in summum montis, O.—To reach, come, fall: duodecim secures in praedonum potestatem pervenerunt: ut omnis hereditas ad filiam perveniret: annona ad denarios L in singulos modios pervenerat, had risen to, Cs.: verba aures non pervenientia nostras, O.: est in thalami tecta Perventum, V.—Fig., to come, arrive, reach, attain: sine me pervenire, quo volo, go through with my story, T.: quoniam ad hunc locum perventum est, at this point, Cs.: in senatum, i. e. become a senator: ad primos comoedos, become a first-rate comedian: si in tua scripta pervenero, be mentioned in your writings: ex quā (deditione) ad rem p. damna pervenerint, S.: cuius in amicitiam, N.: ad desperationem, Cs.: ad septuagesimum (regni annum): vivi pervenimus, ut, etc., we have lived to endure, etc., V.: pervenirier Eo quo nos volumus, attain our object, T.: ad quem perventum non est, whose turn was not reached: ad manūs pervenitur.

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