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prō-ferō tulī, lātus, ferre,

to carry out, bring forth, produce: arma ex oppido, Cs.: (nummos) ex arcā.—To extend, stretch out, reach forth, put forth: digitum: pedem, advance freely, H.—To move on, set forward: signa, march forward, L.: arma in Europam, Cu.—To extend, enlarge: agri finīs armis: castra, Cs.—To put off, defer, adjourn: comitia: diem: profertur tempus ferundae legis, L.: rebus prolatis: de proferendo exercitu, i. e. the election, L.: depositi fata parentis, V.—Fig., to bring out, make known, publish: eius (orationis) proferendae arbitrium tuum.—To bring forth, produce, invent, discover, make known, reveal: artem: An hoc proferendum tibi videtur? T.: alqm ad famam, Ta.: rem in medium: enses, Tb.: arte iurgia, Pr.—To bring forward, quote, cite, mention: libros: auctores: vinolentiam tuam: memoriter Progeniem suam usque ab avo, T.—To extend, enlarge: finīs officiorum.

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