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iactūra ae, f

IA-, a throwing, throwing away, throwing overboard: in mari facienda equi: naufragium iacturā redimit, Cu.A sacrifice, outlay, expense, cost: non magnā iacturā factā.—Loss, damage, detriment: vitae, Cs.: iacturae rei familiaris: seniorum, L.: sepulcri, want of, V.A dismissal, throwing over: clientis, Iu.—Fig., a loss, diminution, sacrifice: magna causae: iacturam criminum facere, i. e. omit in the accusation: dig nitatis atque honoris, Cs.: parvā iacturā acceptā, L.: humani generis, O.: famae, Iu.

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