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sūdō āvī, ātus, āre

SVD-, to sweat, perspire : sine causā: iuvenum sudantibus lacertis, O.: cavae tepido sudant umore lacunae, are drenched , V.: quattuor signa sanguine multo, exude , L.: sanguine litus, V.: quercūs sudabunt roscida mella, exude , V.: nemora ubi tura sudantur, Ta.: sudata ligno Tura, O.To be exuded, drop, drip, distil : sudantia ligno Balsama, V.—Fig., to toil, labor hard, exert oneself : sudabis satis, Si cum illo inceptas homine, T.: sudandum est eis pro communibus commodis.

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