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moderor ātus, ārī, dep.

modus, to set a measure, set bounds, put restraint upon, moderate, mitigate, restrain, allay, temper, qualify : moderari uxoribus: quis illi finem statuet aut quis moderabitur? S.: orationi: irae, H.: fortunae suae, L.: amori, O.: cursui, to sail slowly , Ta.To manage, regulate, rule, guide, govern, direct : Ex suā libidine, T.: in utroque magis studia partium quam bona aut mala sua moderata (sunt), were controlling , S.: recitat, ita moderans, ne, etc., controlling (his voice), Ta.: corpus: equos, Cs.: habenas, O.: fidem blandius Orpheo, strike more harmoniously , H.: mens quae omnia moderetur: frena theatri, Iu.: funiculo navi, with a rope : gentibus, S.

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