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sufficiō fēcī, fectus, ere

sub+facio, to put under, lay a foundation for : opus, Cu.To dip, dye, impregnate, tinge : lanam medicamentis: (angues) Ardentes oculos suffecti sanguine, suffused , V.—Of public officers, to appoint to a vacancy, choose as a substitute : suffectus in Lucreti locum Horatius, L.: in demortui locum censor sufficitur, L.: (apes) regem parvosque Quirites Sufficiunt, V.: quibus vitio creatis suffecti, L.: Sperante heredem suffici se proximum, Ph.: Atque aliam ex aliā generando suffice prolem, i. e. let one generation succeed another , V.To give, yield, afford, supply : tellus Sufficit umorem, V.: eos excursionibus sufficiendo, i. e. by employing them in sallies , L.: Danais animos, to give courage and strength , V.: contra virīs, V.Intrans, to be sufficient, suffice, avail, be adequate, satisfy : nec scribae sufficere nec tabulae nomina illorum capere potuerunt: Nec iam sufficiunt, V.: oppidani non sufficiebant, L.: nec iam vires sufficere cuiusquam, Cs.: mons hominum abunde sufficiebat alimentis, L.: hae manūs suffecere desiderio meo, Cu.: nec sufficit umbo Ictibus, V.: terra ingenito umore egens vix ad perennīs suffecit amnīs, L.: ad omnia tuenda, L.: non suffecturum ducem unum adversus quattuor populos, L.: Nec locus in tumulos sufficit, O.: Nec nos obniti contra nec tendere tantum Sufficimus, V.

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