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coquō coxī, coctus, ere

COC-, to cook, prepare by cooking, bake, boil, roast, parch, steep, melt, heat: cena ei coquebatur, N.: cibaria, L.: coctus cibus, S.: venena, L.: aere cavo, O.: liba in foro, O.To burn, parch, bake, dry up: glaebas solibus, V.: flumina, V.: obsonia (i. e. putrefacite), H.: cruor coquitur veneno, O.To ripen, make mature: mitis vindemia, V.: poma cocta. — To digest: cibus confectus iam coctusque.—To prepare by fire: Telum solidum robore cocto, firedried, V.: rastra, to forge, Iu.—Fig., to elaborate, think out, mature, plan: consilia secreto, L.: bellum, L.To vex, harass, disquiet, disturb: quae (cura) nunc te coquit, Enn. ap. C.: quam irae coquebant, V.

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