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domō uī, itus, āre

2 DOM-, to domesticate, tame, break, subdue, master : feras beluas: pecus, S.: vitulos, V.To subdue, vanquish, overcome, conquer, reduce : gentīs barbaras: hostīs virtute: omnia circa se domita armis habere, L.: quae te cumque domat Venus, H.: illum Cura domat, V.: domitā fluminis vi, L.: Illos longa domant ieiunia, destroy , O.: domitas habere libidines: virtus omnia domuerat, S.: spiritum, H.: prelo uvam, press , H.: partem tergoris ferventibus undis, boil soft , O.

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