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imminuō (in-m-) uī, ūtus, ere,

to lessen, diminish: copias.—To weaken, impair, enfeeble: mente inminutā, S.—Fig., to lessen, diminish, abate: tempus mora inminuerat, S.: imminuitur aliquid de voluptate: se dolor imminuit, O.: verbum imminutum, contracted.—To encroach upon, violate, injure, subvert, ruin, wear out, destroy: auctoritatem: ius legationis: libertatem: Bocchi pacem, S.: Damnosa quid non imminuit dies? H.: se imminui querebatur, was slighted, Ta.

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