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aperiō eruī, ertus, īre

ab + 2 PAR-, to uncover, lay bare: caput: aperto pectore, with bared breast, O.: ingulo aperto, with his throat cut, O.: partūs, bring to light, H.: apertae pectora matres, with bared breasts, O.To open, uncover, unclose, make visible, discover, display, show, reveal: ostium, T.: forīs, O.: sociis viam, V.: ferro iter, S.: locum ... asylum, as an asylum, L.: specūs, Ta.: his unda dehiscens Terram aperit, discloses, V.: aperitur Apollo, comes in sight, V.: nondum aperientibus classem promunturiis, i. e. while the fleet was still hidden behind them, L.: omnia quae latuerunt: fatis ora, for the utterance of, V.: fenestram ad nequitiam, T.: annum, to begin, V.: fuste caput, i. e. to cleave, Iu.—Of places, to lay open, render accessible: Troiam Achivis, V.: armis orbem terrarum, L.: gentīs ac reges, Ta.—Fig., to disclose, unveil, reveal, make known, unfold, explain, expose: hominum mentīs: fabulae partem, T.: coniurationem, S.: locum suspicioni: casūs aperire futuros, to disclose the future, O.: coacti se aperiunt, show what they are, T.: ne semet ipse aperiret, betray himself, L.: dum se ipsa res aperiat, N.: quid cogitaret: quis sim, L.

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