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vacātiō ōnis, f

vaco, freedom, exemption, immunity, dispensation: cum sacerdotes deorum vacationem habeant: adulescentiae, i. e. the license of youth: rerum gestarum, i. e. immunity earned by service: neque ei suam vacationem eripio, i. e. his peculiar license: omnium munerum: publici muneris: militiae, from military service, Cs.: a causis: a belli administratione, L.: vacationem, quo minus iudiciis operam darent, habere.—Exemption from military service (sc. militiae): P. Vatinius . . . et agro a senatu et vacatione donatus est: scribere exercitum sine ullā vacationis veniā, L.A sum paid for exemption from military service: vacationes centurionibus ex fisco numerat, Ta.: vacationes annuae, Ta.

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