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adiungō ūnxī, ūnctus, ere,

to fasten on, join to, harness: plostello mures, H.: ulmis vites, V.: remos lateribus, Ta. — Fig., to join, attach: ad imperium populi R. Ciliciam: (urbes) consilio ad amicitiam, won over by wise management, N.: se viro, V.: agros populo R.: urbem in societatem, L.: imperium ... quod amicitiā adiungitur, enforced by friendship, T.: comitem eis adiunctum esse Volturcium: ut se, rege Armeniorum adiuncto, renovarit, gained as a friend: multas sibi tribūs: alqm beneficio, bind, T.—To add, join, annex, associate: ad gloriam ... divinitus adiuncta fortuna.—Esp., to subjoin: aliquod dictum de veneno: his adiungit, quo fonte, etc., V. — To attach, apply, direct, confer: animum ad studium, T.: suspicionem ad praedam, connect with: honos populi R. rebus adiungitur: huc animum, T.—Meton., to bring close: lateri castrorum adiuncta (classis), V.

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