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dētrīmentum ī, n

de + 1 TER-, that which is worn away : ergastuli detrimenta (of men), wrecks of the work-house , Cu.Wear and tear, loss, damage, detriment : exercitūs, Cs.: militum, Cs.: existimationis, N.: de te fieri detrimenti nil potest, T.: detrimenta communia: Detrimenta ridet, losses (of property), H.: adferre, to cause , Cs.: magnis inlatis detrimentis, Cs.: accipere, to suffer : militum, Cs.: res p. detrimentum fecit: in bonum vertere, Cs.: sine magno rei p. detrimento: alia facinora praedae magis quam detrimento fore S.: amicitiam populi R. sibi non detrimento esse, Cs.: quae detrimento nobis esse possint.—Esp., in the formula, by which unlimited power was intrusted to magistrates: dent operam consules, ne quid res p. detrimenti capiat, Cs.: ne quid detrimenti res p. accipiat.— The loss of a battle, defeat, overthrow : tot detrimentis acceptis, Cs.: parvulum, Cs.

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