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arbitror ātus sum, ārī, dep.

arbiter.—In law, of witnesses, to testify on information and belief, depose to one's best knowledge: utarbitrarise diceret, etiam quod ipse vidisset: fratrem mortuum inde arbitrari, L.: arbitrerisne Sempronium in tempore pugnam inisse? In your judgment, did, etc., L.: in consilio arbitror me fuisse, cum, etc., L.—In gen., to be of an opinion, believe, consider, think: arbitror, certum non scimus, T.: si hunc noris satis, Non ita arbitrere, not merely, T.: ut arbitror, in my judgment: non arbitror, I think not: arbitratus id bellum celeriter confici posse, Cs.: non satis tuta eadem loca sibi arbitratus, N.

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