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offerō (obf-) obtulī (opt-), oblātus, offerre

ob +fero, to bring before, present, offer, show, exhibit: illis fors obtulerat adventum meum, T.: me perditum illi adflictumque: se consulibus ferociter, L.: quā novā re oblatā, upon this unexpected occurrence, Cs.: speciem, present a false appearance: offer Coniugis ora mihi, show, O.: oblata religio est, a religious scruple struck him: lex quaedam videbatur oblata.—To offer, expose, bring forward, adduce: nos periculis: se morti, Cs.: nos ad pericula, O.: vitam in discrimen: criminibus oblatis, adduced.—To offer, proffer, bring, cause, occasion, confer, bestow, thrust upon, inflict: iniuriam tibi, T.: quā oblatā potestate, Cs.: mortem hostibus: foedus, V.: in omnia ultro suam operam, L.: quod (boni) vobis ab dis inmortalibus oblatum est: laetitiam, procure: occasio ad occupandam Asia oblata: oblatā facultate, Cs.: offerebat se intercessurum, Ta.

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