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sub-iungō iūnxī, iūnctus, ere,

to fasten under, annex, attach: puppis rostro Phrygios subiuncta leones, having attached, V.—To yoke, harness: curru (dat.) tigrīs, V.—Fig., to bring under, subdue, subject, subjugate: urbīs multas sub imperium populi R.: Nulli Italo tantam gentem, V.: mihi res, non me rebus, H.—To bring under, make subject, subordinate, subjoin: omnes artīs oratori: Calliope haec percussis subiungit carmina nervis, associates with, O.

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