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augeō auxī (auxitis for auxeritis, L.), auctus, ēre

AVG-, to increase, augment, enlarge, spread, extend: in augendā re, accumulating: industriam, T.: benevolentiam: vim morbi, L.: numerum: annos, O: copias, S.: flammam, feed, O.: volucrum turbam, to be changed into birds, O.: rem bonis rationibus: gratiā possessiones, N.: (dona) meis venatibus, i. e. offered additional gifts, V.: terram imbribus, to enrich: secando volnus, Cu.: amnis imbribus auctus, O.: aucto in barbarum cognomento, lengthened, Ta.Supin. acc.: licentiam auctum properatis, S. — Fig., to magnify, exalt, praise, extol: quae vellet: munus suum: hostium vim. — To exaggerate: fama (proelium) multis auxerat partibus, had exaggerated, Cs.: multitudinem, Cu.: aucta est apud hostes fama, Ta.To furnish abundantly, enrich, load: bonis auctibus (ea omnia) auxitis L. (old prayer): te scientiā: auctus praedā: senectus augeri solet consilio: augeaturi isto honore is vir: damno auctus, enriched by a loss, T.To honor, advance: te augendum, putavi: honoribus auctus, H.

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