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comparō (conp-) āvī, ātum, āre

compar, to bring together as equals, connect, pair, match, unite, join: donum dono contra, to set in opposition, T.: ea inter se: priore consulatu inter se conparati, L.To bring together, match, oppose: ut ego cum patrono comparer: Scipio et Hannibal, velut ad supremum certamen comparati duces, L. — Fig., to count equal, regard as equal, rank with: auctoritate cum his comparandus: an duces ducibus comparari (poterant)? L.To compare: homo similitudines comparat: causae inter se comparandae: ut copiae copiis conparentur numero, L.: se turbae, H.: hominem cum homine: Castorem cum Domitio: cum illorum superbiā me, S.: ne comparandus hic quidem ad illumst, T.: nihil comparandi causā loquar, I will institute no comparison: comparando, quam similis esset, etc., by considering, L.: comparat, quanto plures deleti sint homines, etc., shows in comparison. — Of colleagues in office, inter se, to agree together (in the division of duties), come to an agreement: inter se compararent Claudius Fulviusque, utri obsidenda Capua, L.: inter se decemviri conparabant, quos ire ad bellum oporteret, L.: provincias, L.

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