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auferō abstulī, ablātus, auferre

ab + fero, to take away, bear off, carry off, withdraw, remove: istaec intro, T.: e proelio auferri: multa domum suam: liberi per delectūs auferuntur, Ta.: caput domino, V.: Ille sibi ablatus, robbed of his own form, O.: illi vertice crinem, taken from her head, V.: auferri e conspectu, to disappear, L. — Of waves, wind, etc., to carry away, waft, bear, whirl: alquem ad scopulum e tranquillo, T.: auferor in scopulos, O.: in silvam pennis ablata, V.To carry off, snatch away, rob, steal: a nobis hoc, T.: ab hoc abaci vasa omnia: pecuniam de aerario. —To sweep away, destroy, kill, slay: abstulit mors Achillem, H.: quidquid mors aufert, L.: alqd Mulciber abstulerat, had consumed, O. — Fig., to carry off, gain, obtain, get, receive: inultum numquam id auferet, T.: paucos dies ab aliquo: ut in foro statuerent (statuas), abstulisti, i. e. have prevailed. — To carry away, learn, understand: hoc non ex priore actione, posse, etc.—To get off, escape: haud sic auferent, T.To take away, snatch away, remove: hi ludi dies quindecim auferent, take up: imperium indignis, from the unworthy, L.: conspectum eius contioni, deprives, L.: vitam senibus: spem: fervorem, L.: metūs, V.: somnos, H.: me velut de spatio, from my subject, L.: fortassis et istinc abstulerit aetas, will free me from them, H.: pollicitationes aufer, away with, T.: aufer Me voltu terrere, desist, H.

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