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ē - dūcō dūxī, ductus, ere,

to lead forth, draw out, bring off, take away: eos nobiscum: (medicum) tecum, i. e. to your province: impedimenta ex castris educi iussit, carried, Cs.: gladium, draw, Cs.: gladiis eductis: cor post tela educta refrixit, O.: ex urnā trīs: corpore telum, V.: navīs ex portu, put to sea, Cs.: equos ex Italiā, export, L.: me eduxi foras, went out, T.—In law, to bring, summon (before a court): Sthenium: in ius ipsum: ad consules. — Of troops, to lead forth, march out, conduct, take away: exercitum in expeditionem: praesidium ex oppido, evacuate, Cs.: ab urbe exercitum, Cs., L.: copias e castris, Cs.: copias castris, Cs.—To move out, march out, march away: ex hibernis, Cs.: tribus simul portis, L.: ad legionem Pompei duplici acie eduxit, Cs.: in aciem, L.—Of children, to bring up, rear: adulescentulos libere, T.: quem eduxeris, eum vestire: puer in domo e parvo eductus, L.—To bear, give birth to (poet.): alqm tibi, V.—To raise, lift up, draw up: signa (on a stage curtain), O.: (me) sub auras, O.—To rear, erect, build: turris sub astra Educta, V.: molem caelo, V.—Fig., to exalt: virīs in astra, H.

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