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ē-mittō mīsī, missus, ere,

to send out, send forth: essedarios ex silvis, Cs.: equitatu emisso, Cs.: pabulatum emittitur nemo, Cs. — To drive, force, hurl, cast, discharge: aculeos in hominem: pila, Cs.: hastam in finīs eorum, L.—To drive out, expel: abs te emissus ex urbe: hostem.—To send out, publish: tabulas in provincias: aliquid dignum nostro nomine: emissus (liber), H. — To let go, let loose, release, drop, let out: hominem e carcere: scutum manu, abandon, Cs.: ex lacu Albano aqua emissa, L.: animam, expire, N.—To let slip, suffer to escape: emissus hostis de manibus, L.: hostem manibus, L.: alqm sub iugum, i. e. on condition of passing under the yoke, L. — To set free, emancipate (usu. with manu): emissast manu, T.: domini eorum quos manu emiserat, L.: quin emitti aequom siet, T.: librā et aere liberatum emittit (of a debtor), L.—With se or pass, to start, break forth: tamquam e carceribus emissus sis: utrum armati an inermes emitterentur, evacuate (the city), L.—Fig., to utter, give utterance to: vocem: semel emissum verbum, H.: argumenta. — To let slip, lose<*> emissa de manibus res, the opportunity, L.

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