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custōdiō īvī, ītus, īre

custos, to watch, protect, keep, defend, guard: provinciam: tuum corpus: me civitatis oculi custodiunt: custodiri suspecta, be garrisoned, Ta.: castra, ne quis elabi posset, L.: ne qua manus se attollere possit, V.: ut ebibat heres custodis? hoard, H.: quanto se opere custodiant bestiae, are on the watch: diligentissime te ipsum: templum ab Hannibale, N.To keep, preserve, regard, heed: alqd animo et memoriā: dicta litteris.—To hold back, preserve, keep: multorum te oculi non sentientem custodient: aliquem, ne quid auferat, watch.—To hold in custody, hold captive: ducem praedonum: bovem, V.

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