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-pōnō posuī, positus, ere,

to lay apart, set aside, put by, separate, pick out, select: seponi et occultari: aliquid habere sepositum: ornamenta seposita: captivam pecuniam in aedificationem templi, L.: Primitias magno Iovi, O.: de mille sagittis Unam, select, O.: alqm a domo, banish, Ta. —Fig., to set apart, assign, appropriate, reserve: sibi ad eam rem tempus, fix: seponendus extra certamen alter consulatus, to be set apart beyond controversy, L.—To remove, take away, exclude, select: Iovem curas Seposuisse gravīs, had thrown off, O.: seposuisse a ceteris dictionibus eam partem dicendi, have separated: inurbanum lepido seponere dicto, i. e. distinguish, H.

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