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trāns-currō currī or cucurrī, cursus, ere,

to run over, run across, go by, pass: hinc ad forum, T.: praeter oculos, O.: remos transcurrentes detergere, in sailing by, Cs.: haud dubius, sine noxā transcursuros, si nemo se opponeret, Cu.: captis propioribus castris in altera transcursum castra ab Romanis est, L.: In arcem transcurso opus est tibi, T.—To run through, traverse: Hellespontum, N.: montium iuga, Cu.: Visus caelum transcurrere nimbus, V.—Fig., to pass on, turn, have recourse: Hic tamen ad melius poterit transcurrere quondam, H.—To run through, hasten over: suum cursum.

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