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vēndō didī (ditus), ere

for venumdo; venum +do, to sell, vend: si id, quanti aestimabat, tanti vendidit: quae tu posses vendere HS CC milibus: fanum pecuniā grandi.—Fig., to sell, give for a bribe, yield for pay, betray: te trecentis talentis regi: auro patriam, betray, V.: quanti sua funera vendant, i. e. their lives (of gladiators), Iu.To cry up, trumpet, blazon, praise: Ligarianam praeclare: poëma, H.: purpura vendit Causidicum, vendunt amethystina, commend, Iu.; see veneo.

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