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  • 1 ad-lēgō (all-)

        ad-lēgō (all-) āvī, ātus, āre,    to send on business, despatch, commission, depute, charge: te ad illos: homines nobilīs: a me adlegatus senex, instigated, T.

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  • 2 dē-lēgō

        dē-lēgō āvī, ātus, āre,    to send away, despatch: Pleminium in Tullianum ex senatūs consulto, L.: studiosos Catonis ad illud volumen, refer, N.—To commit, give in charge, confide: nec ancillis delegantur (infantes), Ta. — To assign, transfer, refer: (rem) ad senatum, to refer, L.: delegato triumviris ministerio, Ta.: obsidione delegatā in curam collegae, L.: Quinto delegabo, si quid aeri meo alieno superabit.—Fig., to attribute, impute, ascribe: hoc crimen optimis nominibus: omne rei gestae decus ad Volumnium, L.

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  • 3 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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  • 4 facessō

        facessō cessī, ītus, ere, intens.    [facio], to despatch, perform, execute, accomplish, fulfil: iussa, V.: matris praecepta, V.— To bring on, cause, occasion, create: audire ei negotium facessitum: innocenti periculum.— To make off, go away, retire, depart: ut Haec hinc facessat, T.: ab omni societate rei p.: urbe finibusque, L.: operae facessant, servitia sileant: hinc ocius, Cu.
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    facessere, facessi, facessitus V
    do; perpetrate; go away

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  • 5 fēstīnātiō

        fēstīnātiō ōnis, f    [festino], a hastening, haste, hurry, despatch, speed: tanta: mea tarda, Cu.: causae: omni festinatione properare: tempus festinationis an oti: ne in festinationibus suscipiamus nimias celeritates.
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    haste, speed, hurry

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  • 6 lēgō

        lēgō āvī (lēgāssit for lēgāverit, XII Tabb. ap. C.), ātus, āre    [lex], to send with a commission, send as ambassador, depute, commission, despatch: ut legati ex eius ordinis auctoritate legarentur: eos privatae rei causā legari: iuste pieque legatus venio, L.: in Africam legantur, qui reges adeant, S.— To appoint as deputy, commission as lieutenant: eum (Messium) Caesari legarat Appius: me legatum iri non arbitror: me sibi legavit, chose me for his lieutenant: sibi homines nobilīs, S.— To bequeath, leave by will: Numitori regnum, L.: usum et fructum omnium bonorum Caesenniae: Nil sibi legatum, H.: uxori grandem pecuniam a filio, to be paid by the son.
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    legare, legavi, legatus V
    bequeath, will; entrust, send as an envoy, choose as a deputy
    II
    legere, legi, lectus V
    read; gather, collect (cremated bones); furl (sail), weigh (anchor); pick out

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  • 7 mātūrō

        mātūrō āvī, ātus, āre    [maturus], to make ripe, ripen, bring to maturity: omnia maturata, ripened: uva maturata dulcescit, ripe.—Fig., to make haste, hasten, accelerate, quicken, despatch, expedite: at matura, T.: ita maturare, ut, etc.: legati in Africam maturantes veniunt, S.: maturandum sibi existimavit, Cs.: maturavit, ne, etc., L.: quam maturato opus erat, L.: nuptias, T.: ad coepta maturanda redire, L.: iter, Cs.: huic mortem: insidias consuli, S.: fugam, V.: flumen Axonam exercitum traducere, Cs.: venire: iter pergere, S.: Multa quae mox caelo properanda sereno, Maturare datur, i. e. do deliberately, V.— To hurry, precipitate: signum dare, i. e. give too soon, S.
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    maturare, maturavi, maturatus V
    ripen, hurry, make haste to, hasten

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  • 8 missus

        missus    P. of mitto.
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    I
    messenger; legate
    II
    sending (away); despatch; shooting, discharge of missiles

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  • 9 mittō

        mittō mīsī (mīstī, for mīsistī, Ct.), missus, ere    [MIT-], to cause to go, let go, send, send off, despatch: ad Troiam ob defendendam Graeciam, Enn. ap. C.: alquem ad hoc negotium, S.: illum pro consule mittere: legatos de deditione ad eum, Cs.: Tanaim neci, V.: in possessionem, put in possession: filium foras ad propinquum mittit ad cenam, sends out: sub iugum, send under the yoke, Cs.: sub iugo, L.: legatos qui dicerent, esse, etc., Cs.: miserunt qui emerent, etc.: legatos rogatum auxilium, Cs.: Delphos consultum, N.: legati missi postulantes, etc., L.: Eurypylum scitantem oracula Mittimus, V.: in Oceanum me quaerere gemmas, Pr.: misit orare, ut venirem, T.— To send word, announce, tell, report, advise, send orders: tibi salutem, send greeting, O.: nuntios ad eum, velle, etc., S.: legatos ad me, se venturum, send me word that: ad conlegam mittit, opus esse exercitu, L.: in Siciliam misit, ut equitatus mitteretur, Cs.: Curio misi, ut medico honos haberetur: mitti ad principes placuit, ut secernerent se ab Etruscis, L.— To send as a compliment, dedicate, inscribe: liber ab eo ad Balbum missus: librum ad te de senectute.— To send, yield, produce, furnish, export: India mittit ebur, V.: (Padus) electra nuribus mittit gestanda Latinis, O.— To dismiss, forget, put away: odium, L.: levīs spes, H.: missam iram facere, T.: certamen, end, V.—In speaking, to pass over, pass by, dismiss, omit, give over, cease, forbear: mitte id quod scio, dic quod rogo, never mind what, etc., T.: mitto proelia: mitto ea, quae, etc., V.: mitte sectari, etc., do not, H.: Cetera mitte loqui, H.: illud dicere: pro nobis mitte precari, O.: mitto, quid tum sit actum: mitto, quod fueris, etc.: mitto de amissā maximā parte exercitūs (sc. dicere): missos facere quaestūs trienni. — To let go, let loose, quit, release, dismiss: carceribus missi currūs, H.: cutem, H.: mitte me, let me alone, T.: nos missos face, have done with us, T.: missus abibis, scot-free, H.: misso senatu, Cs.: ex oppido mitti, be let out, Cs.: missum fieri, be set at liberty, N.: amicos in negotium, to set up in business: sub titulum lares, put a bill on the house, i. e. offer for sale, O.: in consilium, i. e. send the judges to make their verdict: se in foedera, enter into, V.: me in iambos, drive, H.: missos faciant honores, renounce.—To let out, put forth, send out, emit: sanguinem provinciae, bleed, i. e. exhaust: serpens sibila misit, O.: vocem pro me nemo mittit, speaks a word: vocem liberam, speak with freedom, L.: Thyesteas preces, H.: Afranianos sui timoris signa misisse, showed signs of fear, Cs. — To send, throw, hurl, cast, launch: tanta caelo missa vis aquae, S.: pila, Cs.: fulmina, H.: se saxo ab alto, cast down, O.: se in aquas, O.: retia misit, cast, Iu.: talos in phimum, H.: panem cani, Ph.: panem, throw away, Cs.: aquas, sprinkle, O.: rosa missa, let fall, O.— To attend, guide, escort: (animas) sub Tartara, V.
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    mittere, additional forms V
    send, throw, hurl, cast; let out, release, dismiss; disregard
    II
    mittere, misi, missus V
    send, throw, hurl, cast; let out, release, dismiss; disregard

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  • 10 perficiō

        perficiō fēcī, fectus, ere    [per+facio], to achieve, execute, carry out, accomplish, perform, despatch, bring about, bring to an end, finish, complete: comitiis perficiendis undecim dies tribuit, Cs.: iis comitiis perfectis, L.: scelus, perpetrate: nihil est simul et inventum et perfectum: centum annos, live through, H.: munus, execute, V.— To bring to completion, finish, perfect: candelabrum perfectum e gemmis clarissimis: in perficiendo muro adiuvare, L.— To make perfect, perfect: citharā Achillem, O.— To bring about, cause, effect: perfice hoc, ut haeream, etc., T.: perfice ut putem, convince me: eloquentia perfecit, ut, etc., N.: omnia perfecit, quae senatus salvā re p. ne fieri possent perfecerat: illud non perficies, quo minus, etc.
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    perficere, perfeci, perfectus V
    complete, finish; execute; bring about, accomplish; do thoroughly

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  • 11 prae-mittō

        prae-mittō mīsī, missus, ere,    to send forward, despatch in advance: legiones in Hispaniam, Cs.: legatum ad flumen, S.: odiosas litteras: ad Boios, qui doceant, etc., Cs.: cum sese Italicam venturum praemisisset, had sent on word, Cs.: praemisit, ut cogitarent, etc., sent word, L.: haec favorabili oratione, premised, Ta.

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  • 12 prae-vertō (-vortō)

       prae-vertō (-vortō) tī, —, ere,    to go before, precede, outstrip, outrun: cursu pedum ventos, V. —Fig., to anticipate, prevent, come before: (turrium) usum opportunitas praevertit, L.: praevertunt, inquit, me fata, O.—To preoccupy, prepossess: amore animos, V.—To attend to in preference, despatch first, prefer: aliquid, quod huic sermoni praevertendum putes: aliud in praesentia praevertendnm sibi esse dixit, that must be attended to first, L.: Punicum Romano bellum, L.: huic rei praevertendum existimavit, ne, etc., Cs.

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  • 13 praevertor (-vortor)

        praevertor (-vortor) —, —, ī, dep.    [praeverto], to outstrip, pass: fugā Hebrum, V.: ad Armenios, i. e. to arrive first, Ta.—Fig., to despatch first, attend to in preference, prefer: exercitūs ducere, nec rem aliam praeverti, L.: omnibus eam rem, L.: illuc praevertamur, let us first look at this, H.: ad interna, Ta.

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  • 14 prōflīgō

        prōflīgō āvī, ātus, āre    [1 FLAG-], to strike to the ground, cast down utterly, overthrow, overcome, conquer: aciem hostium: classem hostium, Cs.: hostīs, N.—Fig., to overthrow, ruin, destroy, crush: rem p.: tantas opes, N.— To bring to an end, finish, despatch, do away: bellum commissum ac profligatum conficere, L.: profligato fere Samnitium bello, L.: profligata iam haec quaestio est: omnia ad perniciem profligata.
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    profligare, profligavi, profligatus V
    overthrow, rout

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  • 15 re-lēgō

        re-lēgō āvī, ātus, āre,    to send away, send out of the way, despatch, remove, seclude: filium ab hominibus: (filium) rus supplici causā: relegati longe ab ceteris, Cs.: procul Europā in ultima orientis relegati senes, Cu.: civīs procul ab domo, L.: relegatum in aliā insulā exercitum detinere, Ta.: tauros in sola Pascua, V.: terris gens relegata ultimis: Hippolytum nemori, consign, V.— To send into exile, banish, exile, relegate (enforcing residence in a particular town or province, without loss of civil rights): ut equites a consule relegarentur: relegatus, non exsul, dicor in illo, O.: relegatus in exilium, L.: ultra Karthaginem, L.— Fig., to send back, send away, put aside, reject: a re p. relegatus, i. e. driven from public life: Samnitium dona: ambitione relegatā, apart, H.: mea verba, O.—To refer: studiosos ad illud volumen, N.: ornandi causas tibi, Tb.

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  • 16 re-mittō

        re-mittō mīsī, missus, ere,    to let go back, send back, despatch back, drive back, cause to return: mulieres Romam: paucos in regnum, Cs.: partem legionum in sua castra, Cs.: librum tibi: pila intercepta, hurl back, Cs.: tractum de corpore telum, O.: cogebat (equos) calces remittere, i. e. kick, N. —To send forth, give out, yield, emit, produce: Ut melius muriā, quod testa marina remittit, H.: nec umenti sensit tellure remitti (nebulas), O.: umorem ex se, V.: quod baca remisit olivae, H.—In law, with nuntium or repudium, to send a letter of divorce, dissolve marriage: uxori nuntium: repudium alteri (uxori), T.—To let go back, loosen, slacken, relax: ramulum adductum, ut remissus esset, in oculum suum recidisse: habenas: frena, O.: vinclis remissis, O.: bracchia, i. e. let fall, V.: mella calor liquefacta remittit, melts, V.— Intrans, to decrease, relax, abate: si forte ventus remisisset, Cs.: pestilentia, L.: cum remiserant dolores pedum.—Fig., to send back, give back, return, restore: vocem nemora remittunt, V.: totidemque remisit Verba locus, O.: sonum acutum, H.: vestrum vobis beneficium, Cs.: hanc veniam cumulatam morte remittam, will repay, V.—To give up, reject, yield, resign, grant, concede. opinionem animo: si quid ab omnibus conceditur, id reddo ac remitto: remittentibus tribunis, comitia sunt habita, etc., yielding, L.: omnia tibi ista: quod natura remittit, Invida iura negant, O.: memoriam simultatium patriae, sacrifice, L.: Erycis tibi terga remitto, I give up, if you will, V.: suarum quoque rerum illis remisso honore, i. e. ascribed the honor to them, L.: ius, abandon their claim, L.: te mihi remittere atque concedere, ut consumerem, etc. Sed mora damnosa est nec res dubitare <*>emittit, permits, O. —To slacken, relax, relieve, release, abate, remit. omnes sonorum gradūs: per dies festos animum, L.: se, N.: ab religione animos, L.: superioris temporis contentionem, Cs.: diligentiam in perdiscendo, Cs.: studia remissa temporibus: belli opera, L.: pugnam, S.: urguent tamen et nihil remittunt: cum se furor ille remisit, O.: horam de meis legitimis horis: aliquid ex pristinā virtute, Cs.: nihil ex arrogantiā, Ta.: de tributo remiserunt, L.: fortissimis remittere de summā.—To cease, refrain, omit: remittas iam me onerare iniuriis, T.: quid ubique hostis ageret, explorare, S.: Quid Cantabar cogitet, Quaerere, H.—To give free course, leave unrestrained: animi appetitūs, qui tum remitterentur, tum continerentur.—Of a penalty, to remit, pardon, remove, abate, grant exemption from: multam: poenam tibi, L.: sibi poenam magistri equitum, remit at their intercession, L.: pecunias, quas erant in publicum polliciti, Cs.

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  • 17 sub-mittō (summ-)

        sub-mittō (summ-) mīsī, missus, ere,    to let down, put down, lower, sink, drop: se ad pedes, L.: latus in herbā, O.: poplitem in terrā, O.—Of animals, to keep for breeding, cause to breed: (pullos) in spem gentis, V.: vitulos pecori habendo, V.— To let grow: crinem barbamque, Ta.—To breed, produce: non Monstrum submisere Colchi Maius, H.—To provide a substitute for, supersede: huic vos non summittetis?—To send privately, despatch secretly: iste ad pupillae matrem summittebat, sent a secret message: alqm, qui moneret, etc.—To send as aid, furnish for support, supply as reinforcement, help with, yield: cohortes equitibus praesidio, Cs.: laborantibus, Cs.: Vinea summittit capreas non semper edules, H.—Fig., to lower, make lower, reduce, moderate: multum summittere, to moderate the voice (of an actor): furorem, control, V.—To lower, let down, bring down, humble, yield, surrender: se in amicitiā, condescend: se in humilitatem causam dicentium, stoop, L.: facilitas summittentis se, readiness to subordinate himself, L.: ad calamitates animos, bow, L.: animos amori, surrender, V.: se culpae, O.

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  • 18 Syrus

        Syrus adj., see Syriacus.     tabella ae, f dim.    [tabula], a small board: ternis instructa lapillis, i. e. gaming-board, O.: Heu quantum fati parva tabella vehit, frail plank (i. e. bark), O.: liminis, the door-sill, Ct.— A fan: quos (ventos) faciet nostrā mota tabella manu, O. — A little picture, small painting: ea (exedria) tabellis ornare: priscis sparsa tabellis Porticus, O.— A waxed tablet for writing, writing-tablet: tabellae Imponere manūs, O.: abiegnae, O.—In the comitia, a ballot, polling-ticket, vote: cerata tabella cerā legitimā, i. e. with wax of uniform color (to protect secrecy): tabellā consulem declarare, i. e. by ballot: tabella modo detur nobis, sicut populo data est.—In a court of justice, a judge's ballot, juror's tablet, vote (inscribed with letters indicating his judgment or verdict, as C for condemno; A for absolvo; NL for non liquet): iudicialis: ternas tabellas dari ad iudicandum iis, etc., Cs.— A votive tablet, memorial tablet: votiva, H.: memores, O.— Plur, a writing, written composition, letter, epistle: tabellae laureatae, a despatch reporting a victory, L.: Cur totiens video mitti recipique tabellas? O.: tabellas proferri iussimus.— A document, contract, deed, record: Heracliensium publicae, public records: tabellae quaestionis, minutes of the examination: falsae forged wills, Iu.: tabellis obsignatis agis mecum, i. e. you hold me strictly to what I have said.
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    Syra, Syrum ADJ
    Syrian, of Syria
    II
    Syrian, native of Syria; (esp. as a slave); (name of a slave)

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  • 19 trānsigō

        trānsigō ēgī, āctus, ere    [trans+ago], to drive through, stab through, pierce through, transfix, transpierce: gladio pectus, Ph.—Fig., to carry through, bring to an end, finish, settle, complete, conclude, perform, accomplish, despatch, transact: illud factum atque transactum est: rebus transactis: quod plerumque non futura sed transacta perpendimus, Cu.: Intus transigetur quod restet, T.: pleraque per se, L.: reliqua cum Bestiā secreta, S.: rixae caede transiguntur, Ta.: sin transactum est, if all is over.—Of a difference or controversy, to settle, come to a settlement, agree, reach an understanding: inter se ut lubet, T.: cum reo: cum privatis non poterat transigi minore pecuniā: ut secum aliquid quā lubet condicione transigeret. —With cum, to make an end of, put an end to, have done with: cum Publilio certamen, L.: cum expeditionibus, Ta.: cum spe votoque uxoris semel transigitur, Ta.—Of time, to bring to an end, lead, pass, spend: tempus per ostentationem, Ta.
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    transigere, transegi, transactus V
    stab, pierce; finish, settle, complete, accomplish; perform; bargain, transact

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  • 20 trāns-mittō (trām-)

        trāns-mittō (trām-) mīsī, missus, ere,    to send across, carry over, convey through, bring across, send off, despatch, transmit, let pass: exercitus equitatusque celeriter transmittitur (i. e. trans flumen), Cs.: cohortem in Britanniam, Ta.: classem in Euboeam ad urbem, L.: transmissum per viam tigillum, thrown across, L.: per medium amnem equum, rides, L.: exercitum per finīs suos, suffer to pass, L.—To pass over, go across, cross over, cross, pass, go through, traverse: ab eo loco conscendi, ut transmitterem: a Leucopetrā profectus (inde enim tramittebam), etc.: in Sardiniam, L.: Cyprum, Cu.: quantum Funda potest transmittere, i. e. can send its bullet, O.: in Ebusum insulam transmissum est, L.: grues cum maria transmittant: satis constante famā iam Iberum Poenos tramisisse, L.: cursu campos (cervi), run through, V.: duo sinūs fuerunt, quos tramitti oporteret: utrumque pedibus aequis tramisimus.—Fig., to carry over, transfer: in Italiam bellum, L.—To hand over, transmit, intrust, commit: dubitare, quin huic hoc bellum transmittendum sit? should be intrusted: omne meum tempus amicorum temporibus transmittendum putavi, should be devoted. —To let go, pass by, pass over: Gangen amnem et quae ultra essent, Cu.

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