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-dūcō dūxī, ductus, ere,

to lead aside, take apart, draw aside, lead away, carry off, set aside, put by: me rursus: singulos separatim, L.: Hunc blandā manu, O.: Seductus in secretum a liberto, Ph.: quod a te seductus est, was taken out of the way: vina mensis seducta secundis, removed, O.— To put asunder, separate, divide, part: Seducit terras haec brevis unda duas, O.: quarto seducunt castra volatu, i. e. divide into two hostile parties, O.: cum frigida mors animā seduxerit artūs, V.— Fig.: consilia in privato seductaque a plurium conscientiā habuere, L.: ab immortalitate seduci (i. e. excludi), Cu.

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