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impertiō (inp-) īvī, ītus, īre

in+partio, to share with, give a part, communicate, bestow, impart: si quid novisti rectius istis, Candidus imperti, H.: oneris mei partem nemini: aliquid tibi sui consili: tibi multam salutem, salutes thee heartily: talem te et nobis impertias, wouldst show: aliis gaudium suum, L.To bestow, direct, assign, give: unum diem festum Marcellis: aliquid temporis huic cogitationi, devote: nihil tuae prudentiae ad salutem meam: huic plausūs maximi a bonis impertiuntur.—To take as a partner, cause to share, present with: salute Parmenonem, T.: doctrinis, quibus puerilis aetas impertiri debet, N.

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