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ăbălĭēno
transitive verb I conjugation

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1 law to alienate, to sell, to expropriate legally
2 to make enemy, to fall out with
3 to deprive, to bereave
4 to distract, to dissuade, to separate
5 medicine dead, without consciousness limb cut out from the body, paralyzed or affected with gangrene

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abalieno aliquem ab aliqua re = to divert someone from something || abalieno aliquem ab aliquo = to alienate somebody from someone else (= make them hostile) || abalieno a me = to remove from oneself || ea omnia abalienant ab iis in quibus haec non sunt || abalieno alicuius voluntatem a me = to alienate someone's benevolence from oneself || abalieno aliquem metu = to free someone of fear || voluntatem alicuius a me abalieno || abalieno a me iudices = to alienate the judges from oneself || abalienare Africam = to alienate Africa from oneself (= to cause an uprise) || abalieno animum = to fall out with someone || abalieno agros populi = to expropriate the people's fields || abalieno homines meis rebus = to drive away the men from one's side (= to make them hostile to oneself) || totam Africam abalienare || opium sensus abalienat || auditoris studium defatigatio abalienavit || abalienaverant ab sensu rerum suarum animos = they became insentive to the destiny of their matters || agros vectigalis populi Romani abalieno


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