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conciliō āvī, ātus, āre

concilium, to bring together, unite, reconcile, make friendly, win over, conciliate: nos: inter nos legiones sibi pecuniā: homines inter se: homines sibi conciliari amiciores, N.: civitates amicitiā Caesari, Cs.: primoribus se patrum, L.: arma quae sibi conciliet, seeks as allies, V.: deos homini, O.: reges, N.: animos hominum: mihi sceptra Iovemque, i. e. the throne through the favor of Jupiter, V.To procure, purchase, obtain, acquire, win, gain: prodi, male conciliate, you bad bargain, T.: HS viciens ex hoc uno genere, to extort: pecuniae conciliandae causā.—Fig., to cause, bring about, procure, mediate, acquire, make, produce: pacem, T.: favorem ad volgum, L.: quocum mihi amicitiam: vestram ad me audiendum benevolentiam: maiestatem nomini Romano, L.: otium, N.To commend: artes suas (alicui), O.

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