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magistrātus ūs, m

magister, the office of master, magisterial office, civil office, magistracy : magistratūs, imperia: in magistratibus mandandis: magistratum habere: ingredi, enter upon , S.: magistratu abire, resign : abdicato magistratu, S.: in magistratu manere, remain in office , L.A magistrate, public functionary : magistratūs adi, Iudicium ut reddant tibi, T.: cum multitudinem hominum magistratūs cogerent, Cs.: legum ministri magistratūs (sunt): seditiosi, S.: his magistratibus, in their consulate , N.: Iura magistratūsque legunt, V.—Collect., the body of magistrates, the municipal administration : potestas magistratui permittitur, S.: unum magistratum cum ipsis habere, Cs.: ad magistratum senatumque Lacedaemoniorum, N.Military command, office : in classe qui in magistratu erant, N.

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