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cĭtŏ. (ˈtʃi.to) adv.
- Quickly, readily, speedily, soon.
- αʹ adv. Cicero, Ad Atticum 10.8:
|duarum rerum simulationem tam cito amiserit, mansuetudinis in Metello, divitiarum in aerario.||He had lost, so quickly, his claim to two things—to gentleness because of Metellus, and to riches because of the treasury.|
- βʹ adv. Cicero, Ad Atticum 10.15:
|Sed vix erit tam cito.||But that could hardly happen so quickly.|
- β² Cicero, Ad Atticum 10.15:
|Quod si non scripsisset, possemne aliter? et quidem saepe sum pollicitus sed tantum voluit cito.||But if he hadn't mentioned it, could I have done otherwise? And in fact I have often promised it. But he wanted that amount, quickly.|
- γʹ Cicero, Ad Atticum 14.21:
|Sed cito conieci Lanuvi te fuisse.||But I quickly deduced you had been at Lanuvium.|
- δʹ Cicero, Ad Atticum 15.9:
|Sed hunc quidem nimbum cito transisse laetor.||But I'm glad at least that storm went by quickly.|
- εʹ Cicero, Ad Atticum 15.11:
- ζʹ Cicero, Ad Atticum 3.27:
|Ego te, ut scribis, cito videbo.||I will, as you write, see you soon.|
- ηʹ Cicero, Ad Atticum 4.2:
|itaque oratio iuventuti nostrae deberi non potest; quam tibi, etiam si non desideras, tamen mittam cito.||So this speech cannot be withheld from our youth; even if you don't want it, I will be sending it to you soon anyway.|
cĭt|ō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum. (ˈtʃi.to) v. trans.
- To agitate, to excite; to cause to move quickly.
- To summon; to call to witness; to cite.