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exprimō pressī, pressus, ere

ex + premo, to press out, force out, squeeze forth : (lacrimulam) oculos terendo, T.: nubium conflictu ardor expressus: has (turrīs) cottidianus agger expresserat, had carried up , Cs.: expresso spinae curvamine, protruding , O.: sucina solis radiis expressa Ta.To form by pressure, form, model, portray, exhibit : unguīs, H.: vestis artūs exprimens, Ta.— Fig., to wring out, extort, wrest, elicit : ab eis tantum frumenti: vocem, Cs.: deditionem necessitate, L.: pecunia vi expressa: Expressa arbusto convicia (in allusion to the wine-press), H.: ut negaret, constrained.—To imitate, copy, represent, portray, describe, express : magnitudine animi vitam patris: libidines versibus: Incessūs voltumque, O.: ut Euryalum exprimat infans, may resemble , Iu.: dicendo sensa: nemo expresserat, posse hominem, etc.: quae vis subiecta sit, etc.: oratorem imitando: in Platonis libris Socrates exprimitur.— To render, translate : id Latine: verbum de verbo, T.: fabellae ad verbum de Graecis expressae.— To pronounce, articulate : litteras putidius.

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