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dis-putō āvī, ātus, āre,

to weigh, examine, investigate, treat, discuss, explain: de singulis sententiis breviter: ad id: multa de sideribus, Cs.: de omni re in contrarias partes: esse in utramque partem disputatum, Cs.—To argue, maintain, insist: palam: copiose: non ita disputo, such is not my argument: qui contra disputant, opponents: pro omnibus et contra omnia: isti in eo disputant, Contaminari non decere fabulas, T.: nihil contra: contra te: quod disputari contra nullo pacto potest, cannot be disputed: quid desiderem, non quid viderim, the question is, etc.

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