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imprimō (inpr-) pressī, pressus, ere

1 in+ premo, to press upon, press against: Stamina impresso pollice nentes, O.: Impresso genu nitens, V.: inpressā tellurem reppulit hastā, i. e. raised herself, O.To stamp, imprint, impress, mark: vestigium, plant: humi litteram: inpressā signat sua crimina gemmā, O.: signa tabellis, H.: (Dido) os impressa toro, V.: sulcus altius impressus, drawn.—To engrave, stamp, mark: signo suo impressae tabellae, sealed, L.: an imprimi quasi ceram animum putamus? takes impressions: pondera baltei, Inpressumque nefas, embossed scene of crime, V.—Fig., to impress, engrave, stamp, mark: in animis notionem: motūs in oratore impressi: memoria publica tabulis impressa.—To stamp, mark: flagitiorum vestigiis municipia.

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