acervatim

acervātim, Adv., (acervo), haufenweise, in Haufen, in Massen (Ggstz. singuli), Lucr., Varr. u. Auct. b. Alex. – übtr., multa ac. frequentans, eine Masse von Gedanken aufhäufend, Cic.: ac. reliqua dicere, summarisch, Cic.


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