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experior pertus, īrī, dep.

1 PAR-, to try, prove, test, experience, endure : hanc nunc experiamur, T: eos (amicos): vim eius (veneni) esse in servo: eandem belli fortunam, Cs.: laborem, V.: procos priores, seek to win back , V.: quidve ferat Fors, Virtute experiamur: quantum audeatis, L.: experiundo scies, T.: experiendo cognovi: In experiundo ut essem, i. e. might have a full trial , T.: exorabile numen Fortasse experiar, may find , Iu. —In perf, to have tried, have learned, have experienced, know by experience : expertus es istius perfidiam: quod genus nullo telo traici posse, Cs.: metum fecerant expertis Gallicā clade, L.: expertus (eum) fidelem in Ganymede, H.: experto credite, quantus adsurgat, V.: expertus bellis animus, Ta.To measure strength with, contend with : ut interire quam Romanos non experiri mallet, N.: Turnum in armis, V.To try, undertake, attempt, make trial, undergo, experience : Bis terque expertus frustra, H.: Omnia priusquam armis, resort to everything before using , T.: omnia de pace: extremum auxilium, the last resort , Cs.: extrema omnia, S.: (terram) colendo facilem, find , V.: iudicium populi R., submit to , L.: experiar certe, ut hinc avolem: ut sine armis reduceret, etc., N.: vi contra vim experiundum putavit.— To try by law, go to law : Caecinae placuit experiri: alquid summo iure, submit to trial .

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