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eximō ēmī, ēmptus, ere

ex + emo, to take out, take away, remove : exempta spinis de pluribus una? H.: ex reis eximi: Phraaten numero beatorum, H.To free, release, deliver : te inde, let you off , T.: eum e vinculis: adventu fratris obsidione eximitur, L.—Fig., to take away, remove , banish : diem ex mense: ex rerum naturā benevolentiae coniunctionem: mihi atras curas, H.: eam religionem (augures), L.: exempta fames epulis, V.To except, make an exception of : alqm: si maiestatis quaestio eximeretur, Ta.To free, release, deliver : alios ex culpā: se crimine, L.: rem miraculo, L.: Syracusas in libertatem, L.: alqm morti, Ta.: de proscriptorum numero, N.: agrum de vectigalibus, exempt .—Of time, to consume, waste, lose : horam in cive liberando: diem dicendo, O.: calumniā dicendi tempus.

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