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praeter- adv.,

in addition, beyond this, further, besides, moreover : nihilne vobis in mentem venit, quod praeterea ab Crasso requiratis?: haec duo praeterea oppida, V.: multis praeterea viris fortibus evocatis, Cs.: duo praeterea talīs tulisse viros, two more, V.: nihil praeterea cum consule pacti, quam, quod, etc., L.—In enumerations, besides, moreover: Multae sunt causae . . . primum . . . praeterea, T.: praeterea . . . ad hoc . . . postremo, S.: nam et . . . prudentiam tuam exposuit: et praeterea . . . praeterea, etc.—In time, henceforth, hereafter, thenceforth: quisquam numen Iunonis adorat Praeterea? V.

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