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mōnstrō āvī, ātus, āre

monstrum, to point out, exhibit, make known, indicate, inform, advise, teach, instruct, tell : (alqd) Indice digito, H.: erranti viam, Enn. ap. C.: via, quā semita monstrat, V.: iter, Cu.: palmam: scio ubi sit, verum numquam monstrabo, T.: res gestae Quo scribi possent numero, monstravit Homerus, H.: monstrate, Vidistis si quam sororum, V.: Summos posse viros nasci, etc., Iu.: inulas amaras incoquere, H.: Quod monstror digito praetereuntium, H.: alii ab amicis monstrabantur, were betrayed , Ta.To ordain, institute, appoint : monstratus fatis Vespasianus, Ta.: monstratas excitat aras, appointed , V.: ignīs, O.To advise, urge, stimulate : monstrat amor patriae (sc. ut hoc faciant), V.: conferre manum pudor iraque monstrat, V.: unde nisi intus Monstratum (sc. est), i. e. by natural instinct , H.

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