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queō quīvī, quitus, īre,

to be able, can: minus queo viri culpā quam, etc., T.: Ut quimus, quando ut volumus non licet, T.: non quis, H.: ut tibi irasci non queat, T.: quibus amissas reparare queam res Artibus, H.: quid sit quod implorare queamus? V.: ut ducere animum non queant: ut vis deterreri quiverit, L.: hoc queo dicere: ut te redimas quam queas Minumo, as cheaply as possible, T.: nuptias quantum queam ut maturem, all I can, T.: ego me in pedes quantum queo, at the top of my speed, T.: forma nosci non quita est, T.

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