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fugō āvī, ātus, āre

fuga, to cause to flee, put to flight, drive off, chase away, rout, discomfit : homines inermos armis: hostīs, S.: fugato omni equitatu, Cs.: fugatis equitibus, S.: Indoctum doctumque fugat recitator, H.: astra Phoebus, H.: audacem fugat hoc poëtam, Quod, etc., H.: fugat hoc (telum), facit illud amorem, etc., O.: nisi me mea Musa fugasset, banished , O.: Saturno rege fugato, exiled , Tb.

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