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com-mūtō (conm-) āvī, ātus, āre,

to alter wholly, change entirely: signa rerum: quae commutantur fiuntque contraria: leges. — Fig.: ad commutandos animos.—To change, exchange, interchange, replace, substitute, barter, traffic: eandem rem dicere commutatis verbis: locum, T.: captivos: conmutatis ordinibus, reformed, S.: consilio commutato: proprium (verbum) proprio: possessionis invidiam pecuniā: studium belli gerendi agriculturā, Cs. — To exchange words, discourse, converse: tecum unum verbum, T.: tria Verba inter vos, T.

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