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pactiō ōnis, f

paciscor, an agreeing, agreement, covenant, contract, stipulation, bargain, pact : de civibus cum sociis facere pactiones: pactione libertatem perdere: neque ullum telum per pactiones loquentium traiciebatur, Cs.: arma per pactionem tradere, L.: talibus pactionibus pacem facere, conditions , N.: foederis: conlegam suum pactione provinciae perpulerat, ne, etc., by agreeing to yield him the province , S.: nuptialis, L.: praemiorum, promise.—An agreement between farmers general and the people of a province : pactiones cum civitatibus conficere.— A corrupt bargaining, underhand agreement : pactionis suspicionem non vitasse: Aulum spe pactionis perpulit, uti, etc., S.—In the phrase, pactio verborum, a form of words .

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