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praebeō uī, itus, ēre

prae+habeo, to hold forth, reach out, proffer, offer, tender : os ad contumeliam, submit to open insult , L.: eis os tuum: collum cultris, Iu.: aurīs adulescentium conviciis, give ear , L.To give, grant, furnish, supply : panem, N.: spectaculum, S.: sponsalia: Luna praebebat lumen eunti, O.To give up, yield, expose, surrender, offer : se tertiam victimam rei p.: vos telis hostium, L.: Cyrum vertenti fortunae, L.: se praebentem destringere Cygnum, O.To give, furnish, render, show, exhibit, represent : aetati lubricae exempla nequitiae. speciem pugnantium, Cs.: materiam seditionis, L.: Ciceroni in periculis fidem, N.: Phormio in hac re strenuom hominem praebuit (i. e. se), T.: in re misericordem se: in eos me severum praebeo.— To excite, cause, occasion, arouse : suspicionem insidiarum, N.: praebet errorem, quod, etc., L.: opinionem timoris, Cs.: ludos, furnish sport , T.To permit, allow, suffer : Quae totiens rapta est, praebuit ipsa rapi, O.

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