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dēcīdō cīdī, cīsus, ere

de + caedo, to cut off, cut away : virgam arbori, Ta.: Te decisa dextera quaerit, V.—Prov.: pennas, to clip , H.—Fig., to decide, determine, settle, terminate, put an end to : sine me: pro se: rebus actis atque decisis: decisa negotia, H.: quid iis ad denarium solveretur: de rebus omnibus.— To agree, come to an agreement, adjust, compound, compromise : de totā re cum Roscio: cum accusatore: decidere iactu coepit cum ventis, by throwing overboard (the cargo), Iu.: in iugera singula ternis medimnis.

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