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nūdō āvī, ātus, āre

nudus, to make naked, strip, bare, lay bare, expose, uncover : inter civīs corpore: superiore corporis parte nudatā, Cs.: hominem nudari ac deligari iubet: gladios, L.: telum nudatum vaginā, N.: Tertia nudandas acceperat area messīs, i. e. to be threshed out , O.: Satyros nudavit, exposed on the stage , H.—In war, to leave uncovered, leave exposed, expose, deprive : ab sinistrā parte nudatis castris, Cs.: latera sua, L.: neque sibi nudanda litora existimabant, Cs.: praesidiis nudatus, S.: terga fugā nudant, V.To strip, spoil, plunder : spoliavit nudavitque omnia: nudatus opibus, L.: cornicula nudata coloribus, H.: nec nuder ab illis, O.—Fig., to lay bare, expose : evolutus illis integumentis dissimulationis tuae nudatusque.— To lay bare, make visible, expose, betray, disclose : defectionem, L.: voluntates hominum, L.: eius consilia adversus Romanos, L.: ingenium res Adversae nudare solent, H.: Crudelīs aras traiectaque pectora, i. e. tells the sacrilege, and shows his pierced breast , V.To deprive, strip : se regno nudari: nudata omnibus rebus tribunicia potestas, Cs.: quem praeceps alea nudat, impoverishes , H.

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