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dēmō dēmpsī, dēmptus, ere

de+emo, to take away, take off, subtract, remove, withdraw : haec (epistula) ad turrim adhaesit ... dempta ad Ciceronem defertur, Cs.: semper alqd demendo: Caudae unum (pilum), H.: aurum sibi, T.: quibus ille de capite dempsisset, had reduced the principal (of their debt): de capite medimna DC: securīs de fascibus: partem de die, H.: fetūs ab arbore, O.: fetūs arbore, O.: illi pharetras, O.: quae dempsistis vitae tempora, O.: vires sibi, lay aside , O.: Deme supercilio nubem, H.: Vincla pedibus, O.—Fig., to remove, take away : metum omnem, T.: curas his dictis, V.: ex dignitate populi, L.: fidem, withhold , Ta.: ut demptum de vi magistratūs populi libertati adiceret, what was taken away , L.: mihi et tibi molestiam, T.: plus virium patribus, L.: silentia furto, i. e. disclose the theft , O.: quantum generi demas, detract , H.To count out, except : crimina Phoci, O.: demptis corporis voluptatis, without : dempto auctore, apart from , L.: dempto fine, without end , O.: si demas velle iuvare deos, except the disposition of the gods to help , O.

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