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  • 1 centuriō

        centuriō āvī, ātus, āre    [centuria], to divide into centuries, assign to companies, organize (of infantry): homines centuriari: iuventutem, L.: centuriati pedites, L.
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    centuriare, centuriavi, centuriatus V TRANS
    arrange/assign (soldiers) in military centuries; divide land into centuriae
    II
    centurion, captain/commander of a century/company

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  • 2 centuriō

        centuriō ōnis, m    [centuria], a commander of a century, captain, centurion (next in rank to the tribunes of the legion), C., S., L., H.: primi pili, of the first maniple (of the triarii), the first centurion of the legion, S. — Plur: primorum ordinum, i. e. the six centurions of the first cohort, Cs.
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    centuriare, centuriavi, centuriatus V TRANS
    arrange/assign (soldiers) in military centuries; divide land into centuriae
    II
    centurion, captain/commander of a century/company

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  • 3 cōmō

        cōmō cōmpsī (msī), cōmptus, ere    [com- + emo], to comb, arrange, braid, dress: compti capilli: crines, Tb.: caput, Tb. — To adorn, array, deck: sacerdos comptus olivā, wreathed, V.: pueri compti, H.
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    comare, -, - V
    be furnished/covered with hair; clothe/deck with hair/something hair-like
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    comere, compsi, comptus V TRANS
    arrange/do (hair); adorn, make beautiful; embellish; arrange in order, set out
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    comere, comsi, comtus V TRANS
    arrange/do (hair); adorn, make beautiful; embellish; arrange in order, set out

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  • 4 com-parō (conp-)

        com-parō (conp-) āvī, ātus, āre,    to prepare, make ready, set in order, furnish, provide: ad magnitudinem frigorum sibi remedium: se, to get ready: se ad iter, L.: se ad omnīs casūs, Cs.: insidias Habito: dolum ad capiendos eos, L.: in accusatione comparandā elaborare: accusatorem filio suo: fugam, Cs.: domicilium ibi, L.: iter ad regem, N.: bellum: exercitūs: classem, N.: tempore ad comparandum dato, N.: an ita me comparem, Non perpeti, etc., place myself in a condition, T.: in Asiam ire: Capuam molem contra rem p.: subsidium mihi diligentiam. — Fig., to arrange, appoint, ordain, establish, constitute: naturā hoc ita comparatum est, ut, etc., L.: more maiorum comparatum est, ut, etc.: hoc iniquissime comparatum est, quod in morbis, etc.: quae legibus conparata sunt, S.: sic fuimus semper comparati, ut, etc.— To procure, get, purchase, obtain, prepare, make, collect: aurum, T.: faces ad inflammandam urbem: sibi in Galliā auctoritatem, Cs.: (gloriam) ex bellicis rebus, Cs.: cum annus Imbres comparat, H.: (tribunos) ad intercessionem, to gain over, L.

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  • 5 com-pōnō (conp-)

        com-pōnō (conp-) posuī    (-posīvī, Ta.), positus (-postus, V.), ere, to bring together, place together, collect, unite, join, connect, aggregate: in quo loco erant ea composita, quibus, etc.: aridum lignum, H.: duos amantes, Pr.: genus dispersum montibus, V.—To pack up (for a journey): quae tecum simul Ferantur, T.: dum tota domus raedā componitur unā, Iu.—To oppose, couple, pair, match: uti non Compositum melius (par sit) cum Bitho Bacchius, H.: pugnantia secum Frontibus adversis, H.: Epicharis cum indice composita, confronted, Ta.—To compare, contrast: parva magnis, V.: Metelli dicta cum factis, S.—To compose (of parts), bring together, compound, make up, mix, construct: exercitus conpositus ex variis gentibus, S.: liber ex orationibus compositus: venena, O.—To construct, build, frame, create: cuncta (of the creator): urbem, V.: (pennas) compositas parvo curvamine flectit, shaped, O. — To compose, write, construct, make: hoc de argento: interdictum: quicquam crasse, H.: carmen: oratio ad conciliandos animos conposita, L.: res gestas, history, H. — To place aright, put away, take down, lay aside: (tempus) ad componenda armamenta, L.: arma, H.: exercitu in hibernaculis conposito, S.: Conposito Scirone, put out of the way, O.—To store up, put away, collect: opes, V.: quae mox depromere possim, H.—To lay, adjust, arrange: composito et delibuto capillo: togam, to lay in proper folds, H.: torum, O.: voltūs, O.—Of the dead, to adjust, lay out, collect, inurn, inter, bury: cinerem, O.: omnīs (meos), H.: tumulo eodem, O.: toro Mortua componar, O.— To lay at rest, compose, quiet, still: aquas, O.: thalamis se, V.: placidā conpostus pace, V.: diem conponet Vesper, conduct to rest, V.—To compose, pacify, allay, settle, calm, appease, quiet, tranquillize, reconcile: aversos amicos, H.: neque potest componi inter eas gratia, T.: si bellum conpositum foret, S.: uti omnes controversiae componantur, Cs.: lites, V.: turbatas seditione res, L.: id fieri non potuit, ut componeretur.—To dispose, arrange, set in order, devise, prepare: (equites) Conpositi numero in turmas, arrayed, V.: quod adest, H.: conpositā re p.: needum compositis consiliis, L.: acies, to form, Ta.: ex sententiā omnibus rebus conpositis, S.: auspicia ad utilitatem rei p.—To agree upon, appoint, fix, contrive, conspire to make: res compositast, T.: dies composita rei gerendae est, L.: pacem, L.: susurri Compositā repetantur horā, H.: omnes Conpositae leges, V.: ita causa componitur, ut, etc.: conpositis inter se rebus, S.: conposito iam consilio, L.: quos dimitterent, quos retinerent, L.: componunt Gallos concire, Ta.: ut compositum cum Marcio erat, L. — To feign, invent, devise, contrive: crimen, Ta.: risum mendaci ore, Tb.: rumorem, Ta.: in adrogantiam compositus, assuming the appearance of, Ta.

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  • 6 concinnō

        concinnō āvī, ātus, āre    [concinnus], to cause, produce: quantum mali, Ph.
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    concinnare, concinnavi, concinnatus V TRANS
    prepare/make ready; repair, put/set right/in order, touch up; arrange suitably; make up, construct, concoct, put together; bring about, cause; render, make

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  • 7 con-locō (coll-)

        con-locō (coll-) āvī, ātus, āre,    to set right, arrange, station, lay, put, place, set, set up, erect: sine tumultu praesidiis conlocatis, S.: rebus conlocandis tempus dare, Cs.: lecticae conlocabantur: sedes ac domicilium: chlamydem, ut pendeat apte, O.: eam in lectulo, T.: in navi: Herculem in concilio caelestium: in his locis legionem, Cs.: insidiatorem in foro: iuvenem in latebris, V.: tabulas in bono lumine: supremo In monte saxum, H.: signa in subsidio artius, S.: colonos Capuae: se Athenis, settle: oculos pennis, O.: ibi praesidium. Cs.: exercitum in provinciam, S.: comites apud hospites, to quarter: ante suum fundum insidias: castra contra populum R.: cohortīs advorsum pedites, S.: inter mulieres filium.—To give in marriage: Quocum gnatam, T.: alicui filiam, N.: filiam in familiā: propinquas suas nuptum in alias civitates, Cs.—Of money or capital, to lay out, invest, advance, place, employ: in eā provinciā pecunias: ut in eo fundo dos conlocaretur: patrimonium suum in rei p. salute. — Fig., to place, set, station, dispose, order, arrange, occupy, employ, put: aedilitas recte collocata: ut rebus conlocandis tempus daretur, Cs.: verba conlocata, i. e. to arrange in sentences: res in tuto ut conlocetur, T.: sese in meretriciā vitā, employ: in animis vestris triumphos meos: adulescentiam suam in amore, spend: alqm ad Pompeium interimendum: senatum rei p. custodem. — To invest, store: apud istum tam multa pretia ac munera: (ut pecunia) sic gloria et quaerenda et conlocanda ratione est.

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  • 8 cōnstituō

        cōnstituō uī, ūtus, ere    [com-+statuo], to put, place, set, station: eo (Helvetios), fix their abode, Cs.: impedimenta, put away, L.: hominem ante pedes: vobis taurum ante aras, V.—To place, station, post, array, form, draw up: legionem passibus CC ab eo tumulo, Cs.: cohortes in fronte, S.: aperto litore navīs, Cs.: legiones contra hostem, Cs.: exercitum contra vos: exadversum Athenas apud Salamina classem, N.—To halt, cause to halt, stop: agmen paulisper, S.: novitate rei signa, L. —To form, constitute: legiones, Cs.: legio constituta ex veteranis. — To erect, set up, build, construct, fix, found: turrīs duas, Cs.: oppidum, Cs.: vineas ac testudines, N.: locis certis horrea, Cs.: moenia in terrā, O.: domicilium sibi Magnesiae, N.—Fig., to put, set, place: vobis ante oculos senectutem. — To prepare, make, establish, effect, constitute: amicitiam: accusationem: victoriam: ius nobis, civitati legem: iudicium de pecuniis repetundis: iudicium capitis in se.—To designate, select, assign, appoint: accusatorem: testīs: locus ab iudicibus Fausto non est constitutus, i. e. a trial: alqm apud eos regem, Cs.: legibus agrariis curatores: patronum causae: constitutus imperator belli gerundi.—To establish, set in order, organize, manage, administer, regulate, arrange, dispose: legiones, Cs.: civitates: maiestatis constituendae gratiā, S.: mores civitatis. L.: his constitutis rebus, after making these arrangements, Cs.: regnum ei, N. — To fix, appoint, determine, define, decide, decree: ad constitutam non venire diem, L.: tempus constitutumst, T.: finīs imperi singulis, S.: pretium frumento: conloquio diem, Cs.: tempus ei rei, Cs.: in hunc (diem) constitutae nuptiae, T.: tempus in posterum diem, L.: grandiorem aetatem ad consulatum: bona possessa non esse constitui: constituendi sunt qui sint in amicitiā fines.—To appoint, fix by agreement, settle, agree upon, concert: vadimonia constituta: tempore ac loco constituto, S.: die constitutā, on the day appointed, Cs.: venturum ad me domum, T.: (diem) cum legatis, Cs.: pactam et constitutam esse cum Manlio diem: cum quodam hospite Me esse, etc., T.: cum hominibus quo die praesto essent: amicae, make an appointment, Iu.: sic constituunt, such is their custom, Ta.: introire, S.: in diem tertium constituunt, S.: quid agi placeat inter se, Cs.—To determine, take a resolution, resolve: ut ante constituerat, Cs.: his constitutis rebus, having formed this resolution, Cs.: bellum cum Germanis gerere, Cs.: desciscere a rege, N.: Quaerere, V.: constitutum esse Pompeio me mittere: quid vectigalis Britannia penderet, Cs.: ut Aquini manerem: ut arbitri darentur, Cs.: optimum esse reverti, Cs.—To decide, arbitrate, judge, decree: de controversiis, Cs.: de hoc solus, N.: sententiis dictis, constituunt ut, etc., Cs.
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    constituere, constitui, constitutus V
    set up/in position, erect; place/dispose/locate; (call a) halt; plant (trees); decide/resolve; decree/ordain; appoint, post/station (troops); settle (colony); establish/create/institute; draw up, arrange/set in order; make up, form; fix

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  • 9 cūrō

        cūrō (old forms, coeret, coerarī, coerandī, C.), āvī, ātus, āre    [cura], to care for, take pains with, be solicitous for, look to, attend to, regard: diligenter praeceptum, N.: magna di curant, parva neglegunt: alienam rem suo periculo, S.: te curasti molliter, have taken tender care of, T.: corpora, refresh, L.: membra, H.: genium mero, indulge, H.: curati cibo, refreshed, L.: prodigia, see to, i. e. avert, L.: nihil deos, V.: praeter animum nihil: aliud curā, i. e. don't be anxious about that, T.: inventum tibi curabo Pamphilum, T.: res istas scire: leones agitare, H.: verbo verbum reddere, H.: crinīs solvere, O.: ut natura diligi procreatos non curaret: utres uti fierent, S.: cura ut valeas, take care of your health: omnibus rebus cura et provide, ne, etc.: Curandum inprimis ne iniuria fiat, Iu.: iam curabo sentiat, quos attentarit, Ph.: hoc diligentius quam de rumore: quid sint conubia, O.: curasti probe, made preparations, T.: curabitur, it shall be seen to, T.: nec vera virtus Curat reponi deterioribus, H. — With acc. and gerundive, to have done, see to, order: pontem faciundum, Cs.: pecuniam solvendam: fratrem interficiendum, N. — To administer, govern, preside over, command: bellum, L.: se remque p., S.: provinciam, Ta.: ubi quisque legatus curabat, commanded, S.: in eā parte, S. — To heal, cure: cum neque curari posset, etc., Cs.: adulescentes gravius aegrotant, tristius curantur: aegrum, L.: aliquem herbā, H.: volnus, L. — Fig.: provinciam: reduviam.—To attend to, adjust, settle, pay: (nummos) pro signis: pecuniam pro frumento legatis, L.: me cui iussisset curaturum, pay to his order: Oviae curanda sunt HS C.
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    curare, curavi, curatus V
    arrange/see/attend to; take care of; provide for; worry/care about; heal/cure; undertake; procure; regard w/anxiety/interest; take trouble/interest; desire

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  • 10 decussō

        decussō āvī, ātus, āre    [decussis (decem + as), a coin stamped with X], to divide crosswise (in the form of an X), decussate.
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    decussare, decussavi, decussatus V TRANS
    arrange crosswise; mark with a cross; divide crosswise (in form of X) (L+S)

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  • 11 dēfōrmō

        dēfōrmō āvī, ātus, āre    [de + forma], to bring out of shape, deform, disfigure, spoil, mar: deformatus corpore: aerumnis deformatus, S.: voltum, V.: parietes deformatos reliquit.—Fig., to mar, spoil, deteriorate, disgrace, dishonor: homo vitiis deformatus: deformandi huius causā dicere: imago viri deformata ignominiā: victoriam clade, L.: domum, V.
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    deformare, deformavi, deformatus V TRANS
    design/shape/fashion/model; outline; describe, sketch in words, delineate; disfigure, spoil, impair; (appearence); discredit, disgrace, bring shame on; transform (into something less beautiful); lay out, arrange (plan of action)

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  • 12 dērigō or dēregō or dīrigō

        dērigō or dēregō or dīrigō rēxī, rēctus, ere    [de + rego], to lay straight, set straight, arrange, lay out: haec directä materiā iniecta consternebantur, Cs.: cratīs, Cs.: derexerat finem Philippo veterem viam regiam, L.: opera, Cs.: vicos, L.— To draw up, form (a line of battle): aciem, Cs.: Derexere acies, V.— To direct, send, aim, drive, steer: ab iisdem (Etesiis) cursūs (navium) deriguntur: iter navis, O.: quā te ducit via, derige gressum, V.: ex vestigio vela ad castra, Cs.: equum in ipsum consulem, L.: dentīs in inguina, O.: cursum per auras in lucos, V.: alquo cursum: navem eo, N.: huc gressum, V.—Of weapons, to aim, direct, discharge: spicula cornu, V.: tela arcu, H.: tela Corpus in Aeacidae, V.: hastam in te, O.: Ilo hastam, V.—Fig., to direct, guide, define, limit, regulate: meas cogitationes non ad illam Cynosuram: ad quae (exempla) oratio deregatur mea: vitam ad rationis normam: ad illius similitudinem manum: omnia voluptate: utilitatem honestate: (divinatio) ad veritatem saepissime derigit, points the way.

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  • 13 dēstinō

        dēstinō āvī, ātus, āre    [STA-], to make fast, make firm, bind, fix, stay: antemnas ad malos, Cs.: rates ancoris, Cs.—Fig., to fix in mind, determine, resolve, design, assign, devote, appoint, appropriate: eum ducem, fix their minds on him as, etc., L.: quae agere destinaverat, Cs.: morte solā vinci, L.: thalamis removere pudorem, O.: operi destinat, detailed, Cs.: qui locus non erat alicui destinatus?: me arae, V.: eorum alteri diem necis: tempore locoque ad certamen destinato, L.: si destinatum in animo est, L.: sibi destinatum in animo esse, summittere, etc., he has determined, L. — To select, mean to choose: omnium consensu destinari, L.: quod tibi destinaras trapezephorum, meant to buy.—To appoint, fix upon, designate: imperio Numam, O.: regnum sibi Hispaniae, L.: provinciam Agricolae, Ta.: marito uxorem, H.: se collegam consulatui, Ta.: destinari imperio, Ta.: alqm consulem, L.— To fix upon, aim at: alquem locum oris, L.
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    destinare, destinavi, destinatus V TRANS
    fix/bind/fasten down; fix (in mind), make up mind; aim/fix on target, mark out; determine/intend; settle on, arrange; design; send, address, dedicate (Bee)

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  • 14 dī-gerō

        dī-gerō gessī, gestus, ere,    to force apart, separate, divide, distribute: In canes totidem digestus Cerberus, O.: Nilus septem in cornua, O.—Poet.: novem volucrīs in belli digerit annos, i. e. interprets to mean years, O.—To distribute, arrange, dispose, set in order: quas (tabulas): nomina in codicem: capillos, O.: carmina in numerum, V. —Fig., to distribute: poenam in omnīs, O.: tempora, O.: annum in totidem species, Ta.—To arrange, set in order, distribute: rem p. bene: mandata: omina, interprets: ius civile in genera: quid quoque anno actum sit, L.

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  • 15 dīrigō

        dīrigō rēxī, rēctus, ere    [dis- + rego], to distribute, scatter: volnera (i. e. tela), V.— To lay out, arrange in lines: regiones urbis: vicos, i. e. the rows of houses, L.
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    dirigere, direxi, directus V
    direct, steer, guide, align, point; set in order, form up; strighten, level

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  • 16 dispēnsō

        dispēnsō āvī, ātus, āre,    to disburse, pay out: qui dispensat, the steward, Iu.: alquem eligere ad dispensandam pecuniam, as paymaster, N. — To distribute, dispense, share: oscula suprema natos per omnīs, O.: inventa iudicio: rem: dispensari laetitia inter eius (populi) animos potuit, L.: mortalia fata, O.: consilium dispensandae victoriae, i. e. the fruits of victory, L.—Fig., to manage, husband, adjust: (domesticas res): filum candelae, to trim, Iu.: (annum) intercalaribus mensibus interponendis, L.: recte, H.
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    dispensare, dispensavi, dispensatus V
    manage; dispense, distribute; pay out; arrange

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  • 17 dis-pōnō

        dis-pōnō posuī, positus, ere,    to place here and there, array, distribute, set in order, arrange, dispose: Homeri libros: ordines in quincuncem, Cs.: comas, O.: ensīs per herbam, V. — In military operations, to set in order, arrange, draw up, array, post, assign: sic erant disposita praesidia, ut, etc.: custodias, Cs.: aciem, Cu.: per dispositos equos pervenire, by relays, L.: tormenta in muris, Cs.: navīs in litore, Cs.: praesidia cis Rhenum, Cs. — Fig., to arrange, adjust, order, dispose: in ornatu (orationis) lumina: consilia in omnem fortunam ita disposita, L.: diem, in watches, Ta.: modos, O.

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  • 18 dis-sīgnō

        dis-sīgnō āvī, ātus, āre,    to unseal, disclose: Quid non ebrietas dissignat? H. — Fig., to arrange, dispose, regulate, set in order (only v. l. for designo).

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  • 19 dīvidō

        dīvidō vīsī (dīvīsse, H.), vīsus, ere    [VID-], to divide, force asunder, part: Europam Libyamque (unda): hunc securi, H.: frontem ferro, V.: insulam, L.: Gallia est divisa in partīs trīs, Cs.: divisum senatum (esse), Cs.: Hoc iter, i. e. gave two days to, H.: ut ultima divideret mors, part (the combatants), H.: gemma, fulvum quae dividit aurum, i. e. is set in gold, V. — To divide, distribute, apportion, share: bona viritim: Vinum, V.: equitatum in omnīs partīs, Cs.: regnum inter Iugurtham et Adherbalem, S.: (pecuniam) iudicibus: agrum cuique, L.: in singulos milites trecenos aeris, L.: bona publicata inter se, N.: praemia mecum, O.: in dividendo plus offensionum erat, L.: Dividite (sc. arma), O.: sedes adhuc nullā potentiā divisae, appropriated, Ta. — To break up, scatter, destroy: concentum, H.: muros, V.: ventis fomenta, H.— To separate, divide, part, remove: agrum Helvetium a Germanis, Cs.: qui locus Aegyptum ab Africā dividit, S.: Scythes Hadriā Divisus obiecto, H.: divisa a corpore capita, L.: Dividor (i. e. ab uxore), O.: parens quem nunc Ardea Dividit, keeps away, V.—Fig., to part, divide, distribute, apportion, arrange: annum ex aequo, O.: tempora curarum remissionumque, Ta.: animum huc illuc, V.: citharā carmina, i. e. sing by turns, H.: sententiam, to divide the question: divisa sententia est: sic belli rationem esse divisam, ut, etc., regulated, Cs.: ea (negotia) divisa hoc modo dicebantur, etc., S.— To separate, distinguish: legem bonam a malā: bona diversis, H.
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    dividere, divisi, divisus V
    divide, separate, break up; share, distribute; distinguish

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  • 20 expediō

        expediō īvī, ītus, īre    [ex + pes], to extricate, disengage, let loose, set free, liberate: nodum: ex nullo (laqueo) se: mortis laqueis caput, H.: flammam inter et hostīs Expedior, make my way, V.: errantem nemori, O.: sibi locum, make room, Cs.: iter per rupes, L.— To fetch out, bring forward, procure, make ready, prepare: vela, O.: virgas expediri iubet: cererem canistris, V.: navīs, Cs.: legiones, Cs.: exercitum, L.: se ad pugnam, L.: ius auxili sui, exercise, L.— To despatch, hurl: trans finem iaculo expedito, H.—Fig., to bring out, extricate, release, free: me turbā, T.: impeditum animum, T.: haererem, nisi tu me expedisses: Quas (manūs) per acuta belli, help through, H.: me multa impediverunt quae ne nunc quidem expedita sunt.— To put in order, arrange, set right, adjust, settle: rem, ut poteris: rem frumentariam, Cs.: nomina mea, pay: exitum orationis: quod instat, V. — To explain, unfold, make clear, clear up, disclose, relate: pauca tibi dictis, V.: rei initium, S.: ea de caede, Ta.: Promptius expediam quot, etc., i. e. could sooner recount, Iu.— To be serviceable, be profitable, be advantageous, be useful, be expedient, profit: nihil expedire quod sit iniustum: non idem ipsis expedire et multitudini: Caesari ad diuturnitatem victoriae: expedit bonas esse vobis, T.: omnibus expedit salvam esse rem p.: tu si ita expedit, velim, etc.
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    expedire, expedivi, expeditus V
    disengage, loose, set free; be expedient; procure, obtain, make ready

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  • arrange — UK US /əˈreɪndʒ/ verb [I or T] ► to plan, prepare, or organize something: »The outing was arranged by the firm as part of a team building exercise. arrange an appointment/loan/meeting, etc. »Industry leaders hastily arranged a meeting with city… …   Financial and business terms

  • arrangé — Arrangé, [arrang]ée. part. On dit d Un homme, qu Il est arrangé, pour dire, qu Il fait toutes choses avec ordre, & quelquefois aussi, pour dire, qu Il est trop attaché à un certain ordre. On dit aussi, qu Un homme est arrangé, arrangé chez luy,… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Arrange — Ar*range , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Arranged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Arranging}.] [OE. arayngen, OF. arengier, F. arranger, fr. a (L. ad) + OF. rengier, rangier, F. ranger. See {Range}, v. t.] 1. To put in proper order; to dispose (persons, or parts) in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • arrange — [v1] put in an order align, array, class, classify, clear the decks, dispose, file, fix up, form, group, line up, methodize, organize, police, police up, position, put in good shape*, put in order*, put to rights*, range, rank, regulate, sort,… …   New thesaurus

  • arrange — [ə rānj′] vt. arranged, arranging [ME arengen < OFr arengier < a , to + rengier, RANGE] 1. to put in the correct, proper, or suitable order 2. to sort systematically; classify 3. to make ready; prepare or plan [to arrange a program of… …   English World dictionary

  • arrange — I (methodize) verb adapt, adjust, allocate, apportion, bring into order, bring to terms, collocate, come to an agreement, come to terms, componere, constituere, coordinate, determine, devise, digerere, direct, fix, fix the order, group, manage,… …   Law dictionary

  • arrange — (v.) late 14c., draw up a line of battle, from O.Fr. arengier (12c.), from a to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + rangier set in a row (Mod.Fr. ranger), from rang rank, from Frankish *hring (see RANK (Cf. rank) (n.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • arrange — 1 *order, marshal, organize, systematize, methodize Analogous words: dispose (see corresponding noun DISPOSAL): *line, line up, range, array, align: *assort, classify, pigeonhole, sort Antonyms: derange, disarrange Contrasted words: *disorder,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • arrange — ► VERB 1) put tidily or in a particular order. 2) organize or plan. 3) Music adapt (a composition) for performance with instruments or voices other than those originally specified. DERIVATIVES arrangeable adjective arranger noun. ORIGIN Old… …   English terms dictionary

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