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re-solvō solvī, solūtus, ere,

to untie, unfasten, unbind, loose, loosen, release, open: equos, unyoke, O.: fila, separate, O.: oras, cast loose, L.: resoluta catenis Incedit virgo, i. e. release, O.: litteras, L.: iugulum mucrone, O.: faucīs haec in verba, O.: fatis ora, V.: dolos tecti ambagesque (Labyrinthi), i. e. explain, V.: nivem, melt, O.: Venus tenebras resolvit, V.: Zephyro se glaeba resolvit, is softened, V.—To relax, unnerve, enervate, enfeeble: (Cerberus) inmania terga resolvit Fusus humi, stretched out, V.: utrumque (concubitus), O.: corpus (somno), O.: resolutis membris, Cu.—Fig., to set free, release: Teque piacula nulla resolvent, H.—To do away, cancel, make void, dispel: litem quod lite resolvit, H.: Invitat genialis hiemps curasque resolvit, V.: iura (pudoris), V.

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