I.perf., sartum, 4, v. a. —Lit., to patch up, mend; hence, transf., to amend, repair, restore (very rare): exercirent sarcirent, Paul. ex Fest. p. 81 Müll. N. cr.: “aliis te id rebus exsarturum esse persuadeas,” Q. Cic. Pet. Cons. 11, 45: “eos servos qui opere rustico Faciundo facile sumptum exercirent suum,” who could repay their cost by their labor, Ter. Heaut. 1, 1, 91 Umpfenbach (Bentl. Fleck. al. exercerent).
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ex-sarcio (also exarcio, exser-cio , or exercio ), no