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-fert or fert tulit, —, ferre, only 3

d pers., impers. or with pron n. as subj, it is of advantage, profits, befits, matters, imports, concerns, is of importance, is of consequence (often with gen. of price): at quibus servis? refert enim magno opere id ipsum: parvi re tulit Non suscepisse, it has been of little advantage, T.: neque enim numero comprehendere refert, nor is it necessary, V.: primum illud parvi refert, nos recuperare, etc.: iam nec mutari pabula refert, V.: illud permagni re ferre arbitror, Ut, etc., T.: ipsi animi magni refert, quali in corpore locati sint: tantum refert, quam magna dicam: ne illud quidem refert, consul an dictator an praetor spoponderit, makes no difference, L.: quid refert, quā me ratione cogatis?: nec refert, dominos famulosne requiras, it is all one, O.: Cum referre negas, quali sit quisque parente Natus, H.: nec minimo sane discrimine refert, Quo, etc., Iu.: dic, quid referat, etc., H.: aliquid, quod illorum magis quam suā retulisse videretur, S.: praefatus . . . et ipsorum referre, si, etc., L.: ipsius certe ducis hoc referre videtur, Iu.—The abl sing. f. of a pron poss. usu. takes the place of the gen. of a personal pronoun: quid tuā malum id re fert? T.: id meā minime re fert, T.: id, quod tuā nihil referebat.

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