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condemnō āvī, ātus, are

com- + damno, to convict, condemn, sentence, find guilty: omnes sine dubitatione condemnant: reum: alquem iudicio turpissimo: hunc sibi, for his own benefit: arbitrium pro socio condemnari, in an arbitration on the partnership: alqm ambitūs: alqm capitis, capitally: iniuriarum: pecuniae publicae: rerum capitalium, S.: sponsionis: eodem crimine Sopatrum: quadruplo condemnari, be mulcted: alqm de aleā: de pecuniis repetundis. — To condemn, blame, disapprove: factum iudicio amicorum: aliquem inertiae: summae iniquitatis condemnari, Cs.: hominem de litteris conruptis.—Of a prosecutor, to convict, prosecute successfully, prove guilty: hoc crimine illum: alqm furti: istum omnium sententiis: inimicum.

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