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per-mittō mīsī, missus, ere,

to let pass, let go, let loose: equos in hostem, i. e. ride at full speed, L.—To let go, reach with, cast, hurl: saxum in hostem, O.—Fig., to let loose, let go: tribunatum, exercise without reserve, L.—To give up, hand over, yield, leave, intrust, surrender, commit: qui et amico permiserit, et, etc., intrusted (the matter): Bona nostra tibi, T.: ea potestas magistratui permittitur, S.: ei negotium: summa ei belli administrandi permittitur, Cs.: neque enim liberum id vobis permittit, gives you your choice, L.: His mundi fabricator habendum Permisit Aëra, O.: se suaque omnia in fidem populi R., surrender, Cs.—To give leave, let, allow, suffer, grant, permit: eius iudicio omnia, T.: neque discessisset a me, nisi ego ei permisissem: cetera, ita agant, permittit, S.: quis Antonio permisit, ut, etc.: huic consuli permissum, ut scriberet, etc., L.: permisso, ut, etc., L.: Nil non permittit mulier sibi, dares, Iu.: aliquid iracundiae tuae, make allowance for.

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