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hāc-tenus (hac . . . tenus, V., O.), adv.,

as far as this, to this place, so far, thus far: Hactenus crater erat asper acantho, O.: hactenus in occidentem Germaniam novimus, Ta.: Hac Troiana tenus fuerit Fortuna secuta, V.: quia hactenus iussum, because he was not ordered to go farther, Ta.—Of discourse, thus far, to this point, no farther: hactenus mihi videor potuisse dicere, etc.: de hoc quidem hactenus: in hunc diem hactenus, thus far for to-day: sed haec hactenus, so much for this: Hactenus haec, H.: sed hactenus, praesertim, etc.: de litteris hactenus: Hac Arethusa tenus, O.—Fig., in time, up to this time, thus far, so long, till now, hitherto, no longer: hactenus quietae stationes fuere, postquam, etc., L.: Hac celebrata tenus certamina, V.—To this extent, so much, so far, as far: hactenus existimo . . . quoad certior fieres, etc.: haec artem hactenus requirunt, ut ornentur, etc.: curandus autem hactenus, ne quid ad senatum, etc.: hactenus consultans, veneno an ferro, etc., Ta.

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