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sternō strāvī, strātus, ere

STER-, to spread out, spread abroad, stretch out, extend, strew, scatter : Sternitur in duro vellus solo, O.: virgas, strew , O.: passim poma, V.: corpora, stretch , L.: Sternimur gremio telluris, lie down , V.To spread out, flatten, smooth, level : Sterneret aequor aquis, V.: straverunt aequora venti, V.: pontum, O.: odia militum, to calm, moderate , Ta.To cover, spread, bestrew : foliis nemus tempestas Sternet, H.: Congeriem silvae vellere, O.: strati bacis agri, V.—Of a bed or couch, to cover, spread, prepare, arrange, make : lectus vestimentis stratus est, T.: pelliculis lectulos: torum frondibus, Iu.—Of a way, to cover, lay, pave : locum sternendum locare: via strata, L.: semitam saxo quadrato, L.—Of an animal, to saddle : equos, L.To throw down, stretch out, lay low, throw to the ground, overthrow, prostrate, raze, level : catervas, L.: omnia ferro, L.: Ter leto sternendus erat, V.: Stravit humi pronam, O.: Primosque et extremos metendo Stravit humum, H.: Sternitur volnere, V.: Thyesten exitio gravi, H.: Strata belua texit humum, O.—Fig., to cast down, prostrate : adflictos se et stratos esse fateantur: mortalia corda Per gentīs humilīs stravit pavor, V.: haec omnia strata humi erexit, L.

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