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emō ēmī, ēmptus, ere

EM-, to buy, purchase : domum: mulierem a sectoribus: bene, cheap : male, dear : care, H.: tabernas in publicum, for the public , L.: fundum in diem, on credit , N.: quanti emptast, T.: emit tanti, quanti voluit, etc.: aut non minoris aut pluris: bona duobus milibus nummum. — Fig., to buy, buy up, purchase, pay for, gain, acquire, procure, obtain : spem pretio, T.: fidem: iudices, to bribe : Te sibi generum Tethys emat undis, V.: me dote, O.: pulmenta laboribus empta, H.: percussorem in alqm, Cu.

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