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sub-levō āvī, ātus, āre,

to lift from beneath, raise up, hold up, support: nos sibi ad pedes stratos: in ascensu sublevati, i. e. assisted, Cs.: alterni innixi sublevantesque invicem alii alios, L.: se, Cs.: terrā sublevat ipsum, V.—Fig., to lighten, qualify, alleviate, mitigate, lessen, assu<*>ge: non aliquo mediocri vitio eius vitia sublevata esse videbuntur: fortunam industriā, Cs.: hominum calamitates: fugam pecuniā, N.—To sustain, support, assist, encourage, console, relieve: homines: hunc suo testimonio: eos accusat, quod tam necessario tempore ab iis non sublevetur, Cs.: ad alios sublevandos, N.

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