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appōnō (ad-p-) posuī, positus, ere,

to put at, place by, lay beside, set near: appositae mensae, O.: machina adposita: notam ad versum: statio portae apposita, L.—Esp., to serve, set before: patellam: appositis (vinis), H.: iis, quod satis esset: his exta, L.—To put upon, apply: appositā velatur ianua lauro, O.: scalis appositis, against the walls, L.: candelam valvis, to set on fire, Iu. — To put away, lay down: rastros, T.: hunc (puerum) ante ianuam, T.—To add, give in addition (poet.): aetas illi Apponet annos, H. — Fig., to appoint, assign, designate: custodem Tullio me: accusator apponitur civis: magister consulibus appositus, L.: alqm custodiae, Ta.: appositum, ut, etc., it was besides ordered, Ta.—To set on, instigate: calumniatores: alqm qui emeret. — To set down, deem, regard, consider, account: postulare id gratiae adponi sibi, T.: (diem) lucro, H.

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