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to bring back

  • 1 retraho

    retrahere, retraxi, retractus V
    draw back, withdraw; make known again, divert; bring back

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  • 2 recipiō

        recipiō cēpī (recepsō for recēperō, Ct.), ceptus, ere    [re+capio].    I. To take back, bring back, carry back, retake, get back, regain, recover: dandis recipiendisque meritis, by an exchange of services: si velit suos recipere, obsides sibi remittat, Cs.: reges, L.: canam, recepto Caesare felix, H.: Tarentum, recaptured: praeda recepta est, L.: Pectore in adverso ensem Condidit, et recepit, drew out again, V.: suos omnīs incolumes (sc. ex oppido in castra), withdraw, Cs.: cohortes defessos, Cs.: Illum medio ex hoste, rescue, V.—With pron reflex., to draw back, withdraw, betake oneself, retire, retreat, escape: se ex hisce locis: se ex fugā, Cs.: se recipiendi spatium, L.: se ad Caesarem, Cs.: ex castris in oppidum sese, Cs.: rursus se ad signa, Cs.: se in novissimos, L.: sub murum se, Cs.: eo se, Cs.: Neque sepulcrum quo recipiat habeat, portum corporis (sc. se), Enn. ap. C.—Fig., to bring back: (vocem) ab acutissimo sono usque ad gravissimum sonum.— To get back, receive again, regain, recover, repossess: antiquam frequentiam recipere urbem pati, L.: et totidem, quot dixit, verba recepit, got back, O.: quam (vitam) postquam recepi, recovered, O.: animam, T.: a pavore recepto animo, L.: voltumque animumque, O.: mente receptā, H.—With pron reflex., to betake oneself, withdraw, retire: ad frugem bonam: ad reliquam cogitationem belli, Cs.— To recover, collect oneself, resume self-possession: ut me recepi: nullum spatium recipiendi se dedit, L.: se ex terrore, Cs.: totā me mente, O.—    II. To take to oneself, take in, admit, accept, receive, welcome: Excludor, ille recipitur, T.: Xerxem, await the attack of: hos tutissimus portus recipiebat, Cs.: Mosa ex Rheno recepta insulam efficit, Cs.: equus frenum recepit, submitted to, H.: Hominem amicum ad te, T.: hominem ad epulas: gentes in civitatem receptae: deorum in templa, H.: Ilergetes in ius dicionemque, L.: reges in amicitiam, S.: sidera in caelo recepta, O.: tecto recipi, Cs.: illum suis urbibus: oppido ac portu recepti, Cs.: legatos moenibus, S.: eum domum suam: ut domum ad se quisque hospitio reciperet, Cs.—Of money or income, to take in, receive, collect, acquire, gain: pecuniam ex novis vectigalibus: pecunia, quae recipi potest.—Of weapons or fetters, to submit to, accept, receive, expose oneself to: necesse erat ab latere aperto tela recipi, Cs.: ferrum: donec (equus) frenum recepit, H.—Of places, to seize, capture, take, possess, occupy: Praeneste per deditionem, L.: oppido recepto, Cs.: rem p. armis, S. —Fig., to take upon oneself, assume, receive, accept, admit, allow: in semet ipsum religionem, to burden himself with, L.: antiquitas recepit fabulas: nec inconstantiam virtus recipit: timor misericordiam non recipit, Cs.: casūs recipere (res), be liable to, Cs.: re iam non ultra recipiente cunctationem, L. — To take up, undertake, accept, assume: causam Siciliae: id facere, quod recepissem, T.: officium. — To assume an obligation, pledge oneself, take the responsibility, be surety for, warrant, promise, engage: ad me recipio; Faciet, T.: promitto in meque recipio, fore eum, etc.: promitto, recipio, spondeo, Caesarem talem semper fore, etc.: facturum, quod milites vellent, se recepit, L.: fidem recepisse sibi et ipsum et Appium de me, had given him a solemn assurance: ea, quae tibi promitto ac recipio: mihi in Cumano se defensurum, etc.: postulabat ut... id ipsi fore reciperent, Cs.—Of a magistrate, with nomen, to entertain a charge against, enter as an accused person, indict: nomen absentis: appellantibus nemo erat auxilio, quin nomina reciperentur, L.
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    recipere, recepi, receptus V
    keep back; recover; undertake; guarantee; accept, take in; take back

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  • 3 re-vehō

        re-vehō vexī, vectus, ere,    to carry back, bring back, convey back: Segestam Carthagine revecta: praedam inde, L.: tela ad Graios, O.: domum te. H.: revehi ad proelium, return, L.: equo citato ad urbem revectus, riding, L.: Hac ego sum captis macte revectus equis, O.—Fig.: ad paulo superiorem aetatem revecti sumus, have gone back.

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  • 4 solvō

        solvō solvī (soluit, Ct.; soluisse, Tb.), solūtus, ere    [2 se+luo], to loosen, unbind, unfasten, unfetter, untie, release: iube solvi (eum), T.: ad palum adligati repente soluti sunt: ita nexi soluti (sunt), L.: Solvite me, pueri, V.: quo modo solvantur (nodi), Cu.: solve capillos, untie, O.: crines, let down, O.: terrae quem (florem) ferunt solutae, i. e. thawed, H.: Solve senescentem equum, i. e. from service, H.: talibus ora solvit verbis, freely opens, O.: Solvite vela, unfurl, V.— To detach, remove, part, disengage, free: ancorā solutā (i. e. a litore): classis retinacula solvi iussit, O.: teque isto corpore solvo, V.: partūs, to bring forth, O.—Of ships, to free from land, set sail, weigh anchor, leave land, depart: navīs solvit, Cs.: primis tenebris solverat navem, L.: cum foedere solvere navīs, O.: navīs a terrā solverunt, Cs.: ab Corintho solvere navīs, L.: tertia fere vigiliā solvit (sc. navem), Cs.: nos eo die cenati solvimus: a Brundusio solvit, L.: Alexandriā solvisse: portu solventes.— To untie, unfasten, unlock, unseal, open: ille pharetram Solvit, uncovered, O.: solutā epistulā, N.: solutis fasciis, Cu.— To take apart, disintegrate, disunite, dissolve, separate, break up, scatter, dismiss: ubi ordines procursando solvissent, L.: agmina Diductis solvēre choris, V.: solvit maniplos, Iu.: coetuque soluto Discedunt, O.: urbem solutam reliquerunt, disorganized: si solvas ‘Postquam discordia tetra’... Invenias, etc., H.— To relax, benumb, make torpid, weaken: ima Solvuntur latera, V.: pennā metuente solvi, i. e. unflagging, H.: illi solvuntur frigore membra, V.: corpora somnus Solverat, O.: somno vinoque solutos, O.: Solvitur in somnos, V.— To loosen, break up, part, dissolve, disperse, divide, scatter: omne conligatum solvi potest: solvere navīs et rursus coniungere, Cu.: membra ratis, O.— To dissolve, melt, turn, change: nives solvere, melt, O.: (vitulo) per integram solvuntur viscera pellem, V.—Of fastenings, to loose, remove, cancel, untie, unlock: nullo solvente catenas, O.: Frenum solvit, Ph.: Solvitur acris hiemps, H.: a corpore bracchia, relaxes his hold, O.: crinalīs vittas, V.: vinculum epistulae, Cu.—Fig., to free, set free, release, loose, emancipate, relieve, exempt: linguam ad iurgia, O.: cupiditates suas, Cu.: Bassanitas obsidione, L.: ut religione civitas solvatur: Vopiscus, solvatur legibus, be exempted: petente Flacco ut legibus solveretur, L.: ut is per aes et libram heredes testamenti solvat, release the testamentary heirs: reus Postumus est eā lege... solutus ac liber, i. e. the law does not apply to: solutus Legibus insanis, H.: vos curis ceteris, T.: solvent formidine terras, V.: Vita solutorum miserā ambitione, H.: longo luctu, V.: calices quem non fecere Contractā in paupertate solutum? i. e. from cares, H.: ego somno solutus sum, awoke.— To acquit, absolve, cleanse, relieve: ut scelere solvamur, be held guiltless: hunc scelere solutum periculo liberavit: Sit capitis damno Roma soluta mei, O.— To relax, smooth, unbend, quiet, soothe (poet.): solvatur fronte senectus (i. e. frons rugis solvatur), be cleared, H.: arctum hospitiis animum, H.—Of ties, obligations, or authority, to remove, cancel, destroy, efface, make void, annul, overthrow, subvert, violate, abolish: solutum coniugium, Iu.: nec coniugiale solutum Foedus in alitibus, O.: culpa soluta mea est, O.: quos (milites), soluto imperio, licentia conruperat, S.: solvendarum legum principium (i. e. dissolvendarum), Cu.: disciplinam militarem, subvert, L.: pactique fide data munera solvit, i. e. took back, O.— To loosen, impair, weaken, scatter, disperse, dissolve, destroy: plebis vis soluta atque dispersa, S.: senectus quae solvit omnia, L.: nodum (amicitiae) solvere Gratiae, H.: hoc firmos solvit amores, O.— To end, remove, relieve, soothe: ieiunia granis, O.: Curam Dulci Lyaeo, H.: corde metum, V.: pudorem, V.: solutam cernebat obsidionem, the siege raised, L.: Solventur risu tabulae (see tabula), H.— To accomplish, fulfil, complete, keep (of funeral ceremonies, vows, and promises): omnia paterno funeri iusta, finish the burial rites: iustis defunctorum corporibus solutis, Cu.: exsequiis rite solutis, V.: vota, fulfil: Vota Iovi, O.: solvisti fidem, you have kept your promise, T.: Esset, quam dederas, morte soluta fides, i. e. your pledge (to be mine through life), O.— To solve, explain, remove: quā viā captiosa solvantur, i. e. are refuted: Carmina non intellecta, O.: nodos iuris, Iu.—Of debts, to fulfil, pay, discharge, pay off: hoc quod debeo peto a te ut... solutum relinquas, settled: Castricio pecuniam iam diu debitam, a debt of long standing: ex quā (pensione) maior pars est ei soluta: rem creditori populo solvit, L.: ut creditae pecuniae solvantur, Cs.: debet vero, solvitque praeclare.—Of persons, to make payment, pay: cuius bona, quod populo non solvebat, publice venierunt: ei cum solveret, sumpsit a C. M. Fufiis: pro vecturā: tibi quod debet ab Egnatio, pay by a draft on Egnatius: numquam vehementius actum est quam ne solveretur, to stop payments: nec tamen solvendo aeri alieno res p. esset, able to pay its debt, L.; hence the phrase, solvendo esse, to be solvent: solvendo non erat, was insolvent: cum solvendo civitates non essent: ne videatur non fuisse solvendo.—Of money or property, to pay, pay over, hand over (for pecuniā rem or debitum solvere): emi: pecuniam solvi: pro quo (frumento) pretium, L.: quae praemia senatus militibus ante constituit, ea solvantur: arbitria funeris, the expenses of the funeral: Dona puer solvit, paid the promised gifts, O.: HS CC praesentia, in cash: legatis pecuniam pro frumento, L.—Of a penalty, to accomplish, fulfil, suffer, undergo: iustae et debitae poenae solutae sunt: capite poenas, S.: meritas poenas solvens, Cu.
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    solvere, solvi, solutus V
    loosen, release, unbind, untie, free; open; set sail; scatter; pay off/back

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