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mactō āvī, ātus, āre

mactus, to magnify, extol, honor, glorify, elevate : puerorum extis deos manīs: lacte Latinas, make splendid , C. poët.: eos honoribus, load with honors.—To offer, sacrifice, immolate, devote : bidentīs Cereri, V.: Lentulo victimam: Mactata veniet lenior hostia, H.: hostium legiones mactandas Telluri dabo, L.To kill, slaughter, put to death : summo supplicio mactari: alqm, V., O.To overthrow, ruin, destroy : nisi cessissem, mactatus essem, should have been sacrificed : ius civitatis illo supplicio mactatum.— To afflict, trouble, punish : tali mactatus atque hic est infortunio, T.: hostīs patriae suppliciis, pursue .

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