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sociō āvī, ātus, āre

socius, to join together, combine, unite, associate, hold in common, share : quocum me uno amicitia . . . rei p. causā sociarat: coetus utilitatis communione sociatus: periculum vitae tuae mecum, i. e. to risk life for me : ne societur sanguis, L.: Ne cui me vinclo vellem sociare iugali, V.: cum quo sociare cubilia vellem, O.: Verba loquor socianda chorids, to be accompanied<*> H.: Theseus sociati parte laboris Functus, jointtask , O.: sociari facinoribus, i. e. to take part in , L.

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