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re-volvō volvī, volūtus, ere,

to roll back, unroll, unwind, revolve, return: draco revolvens Sese, C. poët.: revoluta pensa (sunt), V.: (pontus) aestu revoluta resorbens Saxa, i. e. from which the waves are rolled back, V.: iter omne, traverse again, V. —Pass, to be brought back, come again, fall back, return: revolvor identidem in Tusculanum: Ter sese attollens . . . Ter revoluta toro est, sank back, V.: revolutus equo, tumbling backwards, V.: revoluta rursus eodem est, O.—Of time: dies, V.: Saecula, O.—Of a writing, to unroll, turn over, read over, reperuse, repeat: tuas adversus te Origines, L.: loca iam recitata, H.—Fig., to endure anew, experience again: casūs Iliacos, V.—Pass, to come again, be brought back, return, recur, fall back: in eandem vitam te revolutum esse, T.: in ista, O.: animus in sollicitudinem revolutus est, Cu.: ad patris revolvor sententiam: ad eius causae seposita argumenta: ad dispensationem inopiae, be forced, L.: rursus ad superstitionem, Cu.: eodem: eo revolvi rem, ut, etc., L.—To go over, repeat, think over, bring back to mind: quid ego haec nequiquam ingrata revolvo? V.: facta dictaque eius secum, Ta.: visa, O.

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