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dissipō or dissupō āvī, ātus, āre

dis + * supo, throw, to spread abroad, scatter, disperse : ignis se dissipavit, L.: fratris membra: dissipatos homines congregare: venenum per ossa, O.: in mille curias dissipata res p., L.To disperse, rout, scatter, put to flight : ordines pugnantium, L.: in fugam dissipari, L.: obliquo latrantīs ictu, O.— In P. perf., disordered, scattered : dissipata fuga, L.: cursus, L.To demolish, overthrow, destroy, squander, dissipate : statuam: ignis cuncta dissipat: a maioribus possessiones relictas: rem familiarem.—Fig., to disperse, spread abroad, circulate, disseminate, scatter : famam: sermones huiusmodi, me esse deductum, etc.: dissipatum passim bellum, L.To drive away : Curas, H.

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