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exclūdō sī (exclūstī for exclūsistī, T.), sus, ere

ex + claudo, to shut out, exclude, cut off, remove, separate : aliquem e portu: ab re frumentariā Romanos, Cs.: Capua impios civīs exclusit: laurea Excludet ictūs (solis), H.: locum, L.: ego Excludor, ille recipitur, T.: amator Exclusus, H.: alqm colloquio, L.To hatch : ex ovis pullos.— Fig., to exclude, except, remove, hinder, prevent : trīs legatos decernit, nec excludit Pompeium: illum a re p.: anni tempore a navigatione excludi, Cs.: reditu in Asiam excludi, N.: angustiis temporis excluduntur omnes: diei tempore exclusus, Cs.: vitia, to render impossible : eorum cupiditatem: excludat iurgia finis, H.

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