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commodum ī, n

commodus, a convenient opportunity, favorable condition, convenience: meum: cum erit tuum, when it shall be convenient for you: spatium ad dicendum nostro commodo habere, at our convenience: quas (navīs) sui quisque commodi fecerat, Cs.: suo ex commodo pugnam facere, S.: copias per commodum exponere, L.Advantage, profit, gain: ex incommodis Alterius sua ut comparent commoda, T.: commoda vitae, the goods of life: matris servibo commodis, interests, T.: amicitias ex commodo aestumare, S.: valetudinis: in publica peccem, H.: populi commoda, N.: hoc commodi est, quod, etc., there is this satisfaction, etc.: commodo rei p. facere, to the advantage of: si per commodum rei p. posset, consistently with the interests of, L.A reward, pay, stipend, salary, wages for public service: provincialibus commodis depositis, emoluments: tribunatūs. — A loan: forum commodis hospitum ornare.

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