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-gregō āvī, ātus, āre

grex, to separate from the flock : oves segregatae, Ph.— To set apart, lay aside, put away, separate, sever, part, remove, segregate : Segreganda mater a me est, T.: volgus quae ab se segregant, i. e. hold aloof from , T.: illum a re p. segregavit scelus ipsius: captivis productis segregatisque, divided , L.—Fig., to separate, remove, divide : haec (eloquendi vis) nos a vitā inmani segregavit: publicam causam a privatorum culpā, L.: pugnam eorum, i. e. fight them separately , L.

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