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serviō (-vības, -vībō, T.), īvī, ītus, īre

servus, to be a servant, be enslaved, serve, be in service : liberaliter, T.: in liberatā terrā liberatores eius servire, L.: qui Libertate caret, Serviet aeternum, H.: populum R. servire fas non est: lenoni, T.: homini nemini: domino: Athenas victas Lacedaemoniis servire pati, N.: apud nos: servitutem, C., L.—Fig., to be devoted, serve, labor for, aim at, have regard to : tibi serviet, tibi lenocinabitur: amicis, N.: nostris commodis: suo privato compendio, Cs.: oculis civium: pecuniae: posteritati: rumoribus, Cs.: valetudini: ut communi utilitati serviatur.— To be subject, be governed by, be enslaved to : nulli cupiditati: cupiditatibus iis, quibus ceteri serviunt, imperare.— To comply with, court, humor, gratify, conform : aliorum amori: auribus Vari, i. e. flatter , Cs.: tempori.—In law, of lands, to be under a servitude, be subject to an easement : praedia, quae serviebant.

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