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mūniō īvī, ītum, īre

moenia, to wall, defend with a wall, fortify, defend, protect, secure, strengthen : quod idoneum ad muniendum putarent, i. e. for use in fortifications , N.: palatium, L.: locum, Cs.: Alpibus Italiam munierat antea natura: castra vallo fossāque, with palisades and a trench , Cs.: ab incendio urbs vigiliis munita, S.: multā vi Albam, i. e. build and fortify , V.: locus hibernis munitus, Cs.To defend, guard, secure, protect, shelter : spica contra avium morsūs munitur vallo aristarum.—Of roads, to make, make passable, open, pave : iter, Cs.: viam: rupem, L.—Fig., to guard, secure, strengthen, support : subsidia rei p. praesidiis: imperium, N.: se contra pudorem, Ta.: se contra perfidiam.—With viam, to make a way : accusandi viam, prepared your way : sibi viam ad stuprum.

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