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praedor ātus, ārī

praeda, to make booty, plunder, spoil, rob : spes praedandi: licentia praedandi, L.: praedantes milites, Cs.: classis pluribus locis praedata, Ta.: in re frumentariā: omnibus in rebus, upon every opportunity : ex alterius inscientiā, make use of another's ignorance to defraud him : Italiae callīs et pastorum stabula: socios, Ta.Supin. acc. : praedatum ire, L.To take, catch, make prey of : ovem unam, O.—Fig., to rob, ravish, take : quae me praedata puella est, has <*>aught me , O.: Singula de nobis anni praedantur euntes, H.

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