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ex-trahō āxī, āctus, ere,

to draw out, draw forth, pull out, drag: telum e corpore: telum de volnere, O.: puerum alvo, H.: consulem ex tectis: rure in urbem, H.: senatores vi in publicum, L.: extractos ad certamen fudit, L.: (eum) turbā Oppositis umeris, H. — Fig., to withdraw, extricate, release: urbem ex periculis maximis: (scelera) ex tenebris in lucem, L. — To extract, eradicate: ex animis religionem. — To draw out, protract, prolong: res variis calumniis: certamen usque ad noctem, L.: somnum in diem, Ta.: extrahi rem ex eo anno, i. e. into the next year, L.: dicendi morā dies, i. e. waste, Cs.: triduum disputationibus, Cs.: extrahi se putare, put off, L.

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