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ābdo
transitive verb III conjugation

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1 to put away, or remove, to set aside
2 to hide, to conceal, to disguise
3 to seclude himself, to take shelter

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abdo me e conspectu = to escape the gaze || abdo stultitiam = to disguise one's own insanity || abdo me in aliquem locum (or in aliquo loco) = to hide, to withdraw to a place || abdo me Arpinum = to retreat in Arpinum || abdo in insulam = to banish to an island || abdo me in bibliothecam = to withdraw, to withdraw to the library || abdo gladium sinu = to hide the sword under the garment || caput casside abdo || Alcibiades penitus in Threciam se abdidit || abdo ferrum intra veste(m) = to hide a dagger under the garment || abdo pedestres copias ab eo loco = to remove the infantry from that place || carros in artiores silvas abdo || abdidit ferrum curvo tenus hamo = he plunged the sword down to the curved hilt || a sollemnibus officiis seducta … defodit se et abdidit = avoiding official ceremonies he withdrew and hid || quacumque te abdideris, mala humana circumstrepent || arma capere alii alii se abdere pars territos confirmare || ceteros pudeat si qui ita se litteris abdiderunt, ut …


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