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plaudō sī, sus, ere,

to clap, strike, beat: alis Plaudens columba, with her wings, V.: pennis, O.: pectora manu, O.: pedibus choreas, i. e. keep time in the choral dance, V.: plausis alis, fluttered, O. —To clap the hands in approval, applaud: manūs suas in plaudendo consumere: donec cantor, vos plaudite, dicat, i. e. to the end, H.: huic ita plausum est, ut salvā re p. Pompeio plaudi solebat: his in theatro plaudebatur, they were applauded.— To express approbation, approve, applaud, praise: dis hominibusque plaudentibus: mihi plaudo Ipse domi, H.: plaudendum funus, Iu.

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