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mandātum ī, n

P. n. of 1 mando, a charge, commission, injunction, command, order : mandatum curasse, have performed the commission : a senatu dantur mandata legatis, ut, etc.: ad eos Caesaris mandata deferre, Cs.: nostra exhaurire: deferre, deliver : frangere, H.: publicis mandatis servire: dare alcui mandata ad alqm: occulta mandata, Ta.: dabit mandata reverti, command him to return , O.—In law, a trust, agreement gratuitously to transact for another : mandati constitutum iudicium, i. e. for breach of trust .

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