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pōtō āvī, ātus (pōtūrus, Tb., Pr.), āre

potus, to drink : potaturus est apud me, T.: si potare velit: aquam, Iu.: poturi (Tantali) deserit unda sitim, Tb.: poturas ire iubebat oves, Pr.—Of things, to drink up, suck in, absorb : potantia vellera fucum, H.: potanda ferens infantibus ubera, Iu.— Fig.: Stoicorum ista magis gustata quam potata delectant.— To drink, tope, tipple : obsonat, potat de meo, T.: ibi insuevit exercitus amare, potare, S.: frui voluptate potandi: potantibus his apud Tarquinium, L.: totos dies potabatur.

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