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commodō āvī, ātus, āre

commodus, to serve with, accommodate, grant, supply, lend: alqd illi, T.: quicquid possit commodari: testīs falsos, to furnish, S.: nomen suum alicui: suas vires, aliis eas commodando, minuere, L.: peccatis veniam, Ta.: culturae aurem, to lend an ear to, H.: illis benignis usus est ad commodandum, their courtesy in lending: alcui aurum.—Of time, to grant, allow: rei p. tempus, L.To please, be kind, be obliging, serve, favor: si tuam ob causam cuiquam commodes: publice commodasti.

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