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trāns-ferō tulī, lātus

(or trālātus), ferre, to bear across, bring through, carry over, convey over, transport, transfer: Illinc huc transferri, T.: Naevius trans Alpīs usque transfertur: paulo ultra eum locum castra, Cs.: trans Peneum castra, L.: te Glycerae decoram Transfer in aedem, transport thyself, H.—To transfer, copy, transcribe: litterae . . . de tabulis in libros transferuntur: de tuo edicto totidem verbis in meum.—To carry along, carry in public, display in procession, bear in triumph: in eo triumpho undequinquaginta coronae aureae translatae sunt, L.: in triumpho militaria signa, L.—Fig., to convey, direct, transport, transfer, turn: in Celtiberiam bellum transferre, Cs.: ad illorum urbīs hunc belli terrorem, L.: disciplina in Britanniā reperta atque inde in Galliam translata, Cs.: translatos alio maerebis amores, H.: huc Amorem, T.: hoc idem transfero in magistratūs: totum se ad artīs componendas, turn his attention exclusively.—To put off, postpone, defer, delay: sese in proximum annum, i. e. put off the trial.—To translate, interpret, transfer: locum totidem verbis a Dicaearcho: locos quosdam.— In rhet., to transfer in meaning, use figuratively: utemur verbis quae transferuntur: tralata verba atque inmutata; cf. translatum (exordium), i. e. not pertinent.—To change, transform: omnia In species translata novas, O.

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