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abs-condō condī, conditus, ere,

to put out of sight, hide, conceal: alqd foveis, V.: quas (volucres) alvo, O.: Ante tibi Eoae Atlantides abscondantur ... quam, etc., i. e. let the Pleiads hide from you (set) at dawn, before, etc., V.: Phaeacum abscondimus arces, leave out of sight, V.: galea faciem abscondit, Iu.—Fig., to conceal, hide, make a secret of: quod ab istis et absconditur: hanc abscondere furto fugam, V.

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