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  • ἐπιτηδειότης, ἡ. Ease, comfort: P. and V. εὐμάρεια, ἡ, P. ῥᾳστώνη, ἡ. Look up convenience on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • opportūnĭtas: (obp-), ātis, f. opportunus. I In gen., fitness, convenience, suitableness (class.; syn. occasio; cf.: copia, facultas): loci, local advantages
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  •    2    Convenience, ease: id, ob commoditatem itineris ponte sublicio... conjungi urbi placuit, Liv. 1, 33, 6.—    B Of things, fitness, convenience, a fit
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  • very minute; even now, at this moment commodum commodum commodi N N :: convenience, advantage, benefit; interest, profit, yield; wages, reward; gift
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  • used at first only on journeys, but afterwards also, for the sake of convenience, in the city: lecticā octophoro ferebatur, Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 11, § 27:
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  • ητος, ἡ,    A fitness, suitableness, convenience for a purpose, Hp.Fract.27 ; πρός τι Pl.Lg.778a, cf. Epicur.Ep.1p.9U.(pl.) : tendency, liability, Theon
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  • ἴδε συν-. anc. att. c. σύν. the latter (older) form for metrical convenience, but more freely in compounds: along with, together.— I. adv., together
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  • 133.— II Commodare aliquid (alicui), to give something to one for his convenience or use, to give, bestow, lend (acc. to accurate jurid. distinction, of
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  • etc., convenience, conveniently, at one's leisure: etiamsi spatium ad dicendum nostro commodo vacuosque dies habuissemus, according to our convenience, Cic
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  • white-armed; epithet of goddesses and women according to the metrical convenience of their names; ἀμφίπολος, δμωαί, ς 1, Od. 19.60. λευκώλενος, -ον    1
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  • ὁ,    A convenience, propriety, Id.Adv.144.19, Synt.309.12; orderly arrangement, Simp. in Ph.487.29, in Cat.336.38. εὐθετισμός, ὁ (Α) ευθετίζω διευθέτηση
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  • συμπληρόω). Étymologie: cf. lat. cum. the latter (older) form for metrical convenience, but more freely in compounds: along with, together.— I. adv., together
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  • commŏdŭlē: I adv. dim. commode, v. commodus, adv.], at one's convenience, conveniently, suilably; only Plaut., ludere, Rud. 2, 5, 11, and Arn. 2, p. 55
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  • dat. ὕεσσι: swine, pig, sow or boar. ὗς or σῦς ac cording to metrical convenience, but the latter is more common than the former. ὗς (cf. σῦς.)    1
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  • πολλὴν εὐ., μετὰ πάσης εὐ., Ph.2.428, 1.670; πρὸς εὐμάρειάν τινος for his convenience, Luc.Hipp.5; ἐν πάσῃ εὐ. εὐθὺς γίνεται M.Ant.4.3. [Seite 1079] ἡ, ion
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  • (parallel form of σκεδάννῦμι, employed for metrical convenience), aor. ἐκέδασσε, pass. aor. 3 pl. ἐκέδασθεν, κεδασθείς: disperse, scatter; γεφύρᾶς, ‘burst
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  • subs. Convenience: P. ἐπιτηδειότης, ἡ. Look up commodiousness on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google
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  • oportunitas oportunitatis N F :: convenience, advantageousness; right time; opportuneness; opportunity, chance
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  • Commentary, p. 123). The neuter used substantively denotes: 1. a good thing, convenience, advantage, and in partic. a. in the plural, external goods, riches: τά
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  • corresponding to חוּשׁ in the sense of readiness; to be necessary (from the idea of convenience) or (transitively) to need: careful, have need of.
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