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prō-moveō mōvī

(prōmōrat for prōmōverat, H., Ph.), mōtus, ēre, to move forward, cause to advance, push onward, advance: saxa vectibus, Cs.: assa in alterum angulum: castra ad Carthaginem, move onward, L.: hasta suā sponte promota, removed, L.: unum pedem triclinio, move from, Ph. —To extend, enlarge: vires inmensum in orbem, O.—Fig., to bring to pass, effect, accomplish: Nihil, make no progress, T.—To enlarge, increase, promote: Doctrina vim promovet insitam, H.: miles ad eum gradum promotus, Cu.—To bring to light, reveal: arcana promorat loco (i. e. ex intimo corde), H.—To put off, defer, postpone: huic nuptias, T.

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