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mūtuus adj.

muto, borrowed, lent : argenti mille dare mutuom, T.: aes mutuum reddere, S.: a tribunis mutuas pecunias sumpsit, borrowed , Cs.: mutuum frumentum dare, lend .—As subst n., a loan : (verbum) sumptum aliunde, ut mutuo. — In return, in exchange, reciprocal, mutual : tradunt operas mutuas, T.: officia: error, on both sides , L.: inter se auxilium, L.: amores, H.: nec mutua nostris Dicta refero, make any answer , O.— As subst n., reciprocity : in amicitiā: pedibus per mutua nexis, with one another , V.

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