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praeter praep. with acc.

1 praeter, of place, past, by, before, in front of, along : praeter casam, T.: praeter castra copias transduxit, Cs.: oculos Lollii, before the eyes of : oram maris, L.: tela volant praeter et lumen et aurīs, O.: praeter maiorum cineres rapitur, Iu.—Fig., over, beyond, against, contrary to, inconsistently with, aside from : praeter civium Morem, T.: naturam: cum lacus praeter modum crevisset.—In comparison, beyond, above, more than : nil egregie praeter cetera Studebat, T.: quod mihi consuli praecipuum fuit praeter alios: praeter omnīs mirata est ducem, H.: alqd praeter ceteros metuere.— Besides, together with, in addition to : praeter imperatas pecunias, Cs.: praeter haec (i. e. praeterea), T.Besides, except, apart from : hoc nemini praeter me videtur: neque vestitūs praeter pellīs habeant, Cs.: praeter quae mihi binae simul redditae sunt (i. e. praeter eas litteras, quae).

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