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īn-ferō intulī, inlātus

(ill-), īnferre, to bring in, introduce, bring to, carry in: nihil pati vini inferri, be imported, Cs.: peregrinos pecunia mores Intulit, introduced, Iu.: pedem, make an entrance: huc pedem, H.: gressūs, V.: illum in equum, set upon, Cs.: Scipio lecticulā in aciem inlatus, L.: deos Latio, V.: rates arvis, V.: Ignem gentibus, H.: scalas ad moenia, set against, L.—To bring for burial, bury, inter: alienum.—To bring against, direct, wage, throw upon: hostibus inlatus, Ta.: se stupentibus Romanis, L.: an manu stipata Inferar? V.—Freq. in phrases, with signa, arma, bellum, gradum, or pedem, to make an attack: conversa signa in hostīs inferre, wheel about and attack, Cs.: trepidantibus inferunt signa Romani, L.: signa patriae urbi: signa inferri iubet, N.: arma in Italiam, invade, N.: pedem, advance, L.: bellum, make war upon: bellum inferre . . . inlatum defendere, invade . . . repel invasion, Cs.: bellum contra patriam: arma, begin hostilities, L.—With se, to betake oneself, repair, go into, enter, present oneself: se ipse inferebat: Talis se infert, marches, V.: hostem regi se, V.: mediam se matribus, V.: se in periculum capitis, expose oneself: se in mediam contionem, L.—Of fire, to throw upon, apply, set: aggeri ignem, Cs.: tectis et templis ignīs inferre conati sunt.—To offer, sacrifice, render: Anchisae honores, V.—In an account, to give in, enter: sumptum civibus: rationes falsas.—Fig., to bring forward, adduce, introduce, produce, make, excite, occasion, cause, inflict: iniuriam, Cs.: in re severā sermonem: mentionem, mention, L.: alius aliā causā inlatā, alleging various pretexts, Cs.: iniuriis in socios inferendis: periculum civibus: sibi dedecus, O.: mors inlata per scelus īsdem: pestilentiam agris, L.: impeditis volnera, wound, Cs.: aliis proditionis crimen.—To conclude, infer, draw an inference.

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