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re-moveō mōvī

pluperf. remōrant, H.), mōtus, ēre, to move back, take away, set aside, put off, drive away, withdraw, remove: pecora, Cs.: ex conspectu remotis equis, Cs.: mensā remotā, O.: Postquam mensae remotae, V.: frena, H.: Aurora removerat ignīs, O.: remotis arbitris: tactu virilīs Virgineo manūs, O.: paulum ab legionibus nostros, Cs.: praesidia ex iis locis, quae, etc.: se in montīs ex urbe, H.: Ex oculis manūs, O.: castra sex milia ab oppido, L.: comas a fronte ad aurīs, O.: parvos natos ab se, H.: plura de medio: arcanis oculos profanos, O.—Fig., to take away, set aside, abolish, put out of view: sumptum: omnia removistis, avaritiam, etc., S.: remoto ioco, jesting aside: soporem, O.: poeta remotus iniuriā adversarium Ab studio, T.: Caelium ab re p., deprive of political rights, Cs.: remoto Catilinā, out of the way: Clodio remoto, dead: a negotiis publicis se, withdraw: ab amicitiā Pompei se: Vim procul hinc, O.: hos quidem ab hoc sermone removeamus, leave out of consideration: thalamis pudorem, O.—To take away, deduct, subtract: si de quincunce remota est Uncia, H.

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