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vergō —, —, ere

VERG-, to bend, turn, be inclined, lie, be situated: declivis locus tenui fastigio vergebat in longitudinem, etc., Cs.: portus in meridiem vergit, L.: omnibus eius partibus in medium vergentibus.—Fig., to turn, incline, be directed: nisi Bruti auxilium ad Italiam vergere quam ad Asiam maluissemus: nox vergit ad lucem, verges towards, Cu.: anni vergentes in senium, Ta.: vergens annis femina, advanced, Ta.: illuc cuncta vergere, everything centred in him, Ta.

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