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dēstinō āvī, ātus, āre

STA-, to make fast, make firm, bind, fix, stay : antemnas ad malos, Cs.: rates ancoris, Cs.—Fig., to fix in mind, determine, resolve, design, assign, devote, appoint, appropriate : eum ducem, fix their minds on him as , etc., L.: quae agere destinaverat, Cs.: morte solā vinci, L.: thalamis removere pudorem, O.: operi destinat, detailed , Cs.: qui locus non erat alicui destinatus?: me arae, V.: eorum alteri diem necis: tempore locoque ad certamen destinato, L.: si destinatum in animo est, L.: sibi destinatum in animo esse, summittere, etc., he has determined , L.To select, mean to choose : omnium consensu destinari, L.: quod tibi destinaras trapezephorum, meant to buy.—To appoint, fix upon, designate : imperio Numam, O.: regnum sibi Hispaniae, L.: provinciam Agricolae, Ta.: marito uxorem, H.: se collegam consulatui, Ta.: destinari imperio, Ta.: alqm consulem, L.To fix upon, aim at : alquem locum oris, L.

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