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struō strūxī, strūctus, ere

STRV-, to place together, heap up, pile, arrange : quasi structa et nexa verbis, etc.: lateres, qui super musculo struantur, Cs.: ad sidera montīs, O.: ordine longam penum, V.: altaria donis, to load , V.: acervum, to pile up , H.To make by joining together, build, erect, fabricate, make, form, construct : per speluncas saxis structas: Templa saxo structa vetusto, V.: domos, H.To set in order, arrange, draw up : copias ante frontem castrorum, Cs.: omnīs armatos in campo, L.—Fig., to prepare, cause, occasion, devise, contrive, instigate : aliquid calamitatis: insidias: recuperandi regni consilia, L.: Quid struit? V.To order, arrange, dispose, regulate : verba: bene structa conlocatio.

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