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dominor ātus, ārī, dep.

dominus, to be lord, be in power, have dominion, bear rule, domineer : Alexandriae: lubido dominandi, S.: iudicum ordo dominabatur, L.: Urbs multos dominata per annos, V.: femina dominatur, Ta.: in fortunis hominum: in exercitu, L.: in adversarios, L.: inter quos, etc., Cs.: summā dominarier arce, V.To rule, be supreme, prevail, extend : Pestis in moenibus urbis, O.: inter nitentia culta avenae, V.: nusquam latius mare, Ta. — Fig., to rule, be supreme, reign, govern : longinquitate potestas (sc. censura) dominans, L.: senectus si dominatur in suos.

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