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dis-trahō āxī, actus, ere,

to pull asunder, tear in pieces, part, divide: (corpus) quod distrahi non possit: corpus passim distrahendum, L.: turbatis distractus equis, V.: aciem eius distrahi pati, broken, Cs.—To sell in parcels: agros, Ta. — To tear away, draw away, part, separate, remove: ab eis membra: illam a me, T.—Fig., to divide, distract, perplex: haec opinione: animi in contrarias sententias distrahuntur: res p. distracta, L.: amorem, T.: rem, to frustrate, Cs.: famā distrahi, i. e. to be in ill repute, Ta.: controversias, to adjust: voces, i. e. to leave a hiatus.—To part, disconnect, estrange, alienate: sapientiam ab (voluptate): a me servatorem.

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