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sub-dūcō dūxī

(subdūxtī, T.), ductus, ere, to draw away, take away, lead away, carry off, wrest, withdraw, remove: lapidibus ex turri subductis, Cs.: rerum fundamenta: capiti ensem, V.: cibum athletae: Aenean manibus Graium, V.—Of troops, to draw off, remove, transfer, detach, detail: cohortes subductae e dextro cornu, L.: subductis ordinibus, L.: copias in proximum collem, Cs.: agmen in aequiorem locum, L.—To take secretly, remove by stealth, steal, hide: subducta viatica plorat, H.: obsides furto, L.—With pron reflex., to withdraw stealthily, steal away: te mihi, T.: de circulo se: se ab ipso Volnere, O.: clam se, N.: quā se subducere colles Incipiunt, i. e. to slope down gradually, V.—To draw from under, bring from below, pull up, lift up, raise: cataractam funibus, L.: subductis (tunicis), pulled up, H.—Of ships, to haul up, bring out of water, beach: longas navīs in aridum, Cs.: naves in campo Martio subductae, L.: classis subducta ad Gytheum.—Fig., to cast up, reckon, compute, calculate, balance: summam: rationibus subductis: calculis subductus: bene subductā ratione, T.

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