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pacīscor pactus, ī, dep.

PAC-, to agree together, bargain, contract, agree, covenant, stipulate, transact : ut ex areā, nisi pactus esset orator, ne tolleret: magnā mercede cum principibus, ut, etc., L.: votis Ne Addant, etc., H.: (provinciam) sibi, stipulate for : tantum ab eo vitam, S.: stipendium populo R. dare, bind themselves , L.: Anchisae renovare annos, O.: pactos (Aetolos) in foedere suas urbīs fore, L.: quod dierum essent pactae induciae, had been agreed upon : quidam pacto inter se ut, etc., under an agreement, that , etc., L.To betroth : ex quā pactus esset vir domo, in matrimonium duceret, L.Pass.. cuius filio pacta est Artavasdis filia: Turnus, cui pacta Lavinia erat, L.—Fig., to barter, hazard, stake : vitam pro laude, V.

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