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dēcerpō psī, ptus, ere

de + carpo, to pluck off, tear away, break off, pluck, crop, gather : pollice florem, O.: poma manu, O.: ficum, Iu.: Undique decerpta oliva, H.: fetūs arbore, V.: oscula rostro, snatch , Ct.—Fig., to pluck off, take away : animus decerptus ex mente divinā, drawn : ne quid iocus de gravitate decerperet, detract.—To enjoy : ex re fructūs, H.: nihil sibi ex istā laude centurio decerpit.

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