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corrumpō (con-r-) rūpī, ruptus, ere,

to destroy, ruin, waste: frumentum in areā: (frumentum) incendio, Cs.: coria igni, Cs.: ungues dentibus, to bite, Pr.: se suasque spes, S.: opportunitates, to lose, S.—To adulterate, corrupt, mar, injure, spoil: prandium, T.: aqua facile conrumpitur: aquarum fontes, S.: Corrupto caeli tractu, poisoned, V.: umor corruptus, fermented, Ta.: lacrimis ocellos, disfigure, O.—Fig., to corrupt, seduce, entice, mislead: mulierem, T.: (milites) licentia, S.—To gain by gifts, bribe, buy over: alios, N.: centuriones, locum ut desererent, S.: indicem pecuniā: donis, S.: Corruptus vanis rerum, deluded, H.—To corrupt, adulterate, falsify, spoil, mar, pervert, degrade: iudicium, i. e. bribe the judges: ad sententias iudicum corrumpendas: mores civitatis: acceptam (nobilitatem), S.: nutricis fidem, O.: nomen eorum, S.: multo dolore corrupta voluptas, embittered, H.: gratiam, to forfeit, Ph.

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