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ex-pōnō posuī, positus

(expostus, V.), ere, to put out, set forth, expose, exhibit: vasa: argentum in aedibus: ratis Expositis stabat scalis, laid out, V.: alqd venditioni, Ta.—Of children, to expose, abandon: Is quicum expositast gnata, T.: pueros, L.—To set on shore, land, disembark: milites ex navibus, Cs.: socios de puppibus altis Pontibus, by bridges, V.: expositis copiis, Cs.: in Africā, L.: ibi Themistoclem, N.: exercitum, Cs.: quartā exponimur horā, H.: advexi frumentum, exposui, unloaded: exponimur orbe Terrarum, are excluded, O.—To offer, tender, be ready to pay: ei DCCC.— To leave exposed, expose, lay open: ad ictūs, L.: rupes exposta ponto, V.—Fig., to exhibit, expose, reveal, publish, offer, set forth: causa ante oculos exposita: expositā ad exemplum nostrā re p.—To set forth, exhibit, relate, explain, expound: sicuti exposui: quae adhuc exposui: rem breviter: Africae situm paucis, S.: causas odii, O.: artīs rhetoricas: eadem multitudini, Cs.: animos remanere post mortem: res quem ad modum gesta sit: quid hominis sit: plura de alquo, N.: exposito, quid iniquitas loci posset, etc., Cs.

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