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cōn-flō āvī, ātus, āre,

to blow up, kindle, light: incendium, L.: falces conflantur in ensem, are smelted, V. — Fig., to kindle, inflame: mihi invidiam: civile bellum conflatum tuā operā: seditionem.—To bring together, make up, compose, get up, raise: exercitum: pecuniam: aes alienum grande, S.: accusationem: iudicia domi, L. — To bring about, effect, accomplish, procure, produce, cause, occasion: quibus ex rebus conflatur et efficitur id, etc.: ex Malo principio familiaritas Conflatast, T.: consensus paene conflatus, united: alicui negotium: in se tantum crimen.

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