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īnficiō fēcī, fectus, ere

1 in+facio, to stain, tinge, dye, color: (vestīs) quarum graminis ipsum Infecit natura pecus, i. e. whose wool has taken color from the pasture, Iu.: diem, darken, O.: ora pallor inficit, overspreads, H.: se vitro, Cs.: humus infecta sanguine, S.: infectus sanguine villos, O.To infect, stain, spoil: hoc (dictamno) amnem, V.: Pocula, poison, V.: pabula tabo, V.: Allecto infecta venenis, imbued, V.—Fig., to imbue, instruct: infici iis artibus: animos teneros.—To spoil, corrupt, infect: desidiā animum: inficimur opinionum pravitate: principum vitiis infici solet civitas: Infectum eluitur scelus (i. e. quo se infecerunt), V.: blandimentis infectae epistulae, Ta.

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