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ex-solvō or exolvō solvī, solūtus, ere,

to loose, unloose, set loose, release, deliver, free: te, T.: venas, to open, Ta.: toto paulatim se corpore, V. —Fig., to solve, resolve: nodum erroris, L.: obsidum, raise, Ta.: famem, satisfy, O. — To release, free, set free, liberate: me vituperatione: animos religione, L.: te suspicione, T.: plebem aere alieno, L.: curis, V.: alqm poenā, Ta. — To discharge, pay: nomina mea: multiplici iam sorte exsolutá, L.: pars multae regi exsolvitur, Ta. — To discharge, pay, fulfil, keep: quod promiserat: vota, L.: ius iurandum, L.: praemia, poenas alicui, award, L.: gratiam recte factis, L.: culpam, atone for, Ta.: fidem, L.: promissum suum, Ta.

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