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sub- didī, ditus, ere,

to put under, set to, apply: ignem: calcaria equo, L.: se aquis, plunge into, O.—Fig., to bring on, furnish, supply, yield, afford: militum animis ignem, L.: alcui spiritūs, L.—To put in stead, substitute: in meum locum iudicem.—To subject, make subject: imperio subdari, Ta.: proles subdita regno, Tb.—To substitute falsely, forge, counterfeit, make up: testamentum, Ta.: rumorem, spread falsely, Ta.: Subditum se suspicatur, that he is a spurious child, T.: me subditum appellant, L.: alqm reum, Ta.: subditis qui sustinerent, etc., suborned, Ta.

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