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abdūco
transitive verb III conjugation

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1 to lead away, to carry off, to remove, to displace
2 to separate, to attract away, to detach
3 to drink
4 to bury

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abduco aliquid alicui = to take away something from someone || abduco aliquem alicui = to take someone away from somebody || abduco aliquem ad me = to attract someone to oneself || abduco exercitum ab aliquo = to take the army away from someone (from a head) || abducamus ex acie = let's take him away from the fight || abduco animum ab aliqua re = to divert the mind from something || abduco aquam alicui = to deviate the water to someone's detriment || abduco armenta = to take away the herds (of others) || aliquem, aliquid alicui abduco or eripio || abduco mancipia = to steal the slaves || abduco aliquem morti = to tear away someone from death || abduco in servitudinem = to bring to slavery || abduco aliquem ab institutis suis = to distract someone from his commitments || abduco aliquem ab aratro = to remove someone from the plough || abduco aliquem a fide = to deter someone from his duties || aliquem ab negotio abduco || abduco aliquem vi de foro = to pull someone forcibly away from the forum || aliquem in secretum abduco or seduco || abduco artem ad quaestum = to lower the art to the level of trade || abduco legiones a Bruto = to take the legions away from Brutus || abduco aliquem convivam (or ad caenam) = to bring someone out for dinner || a malis mors abducit = death keeps us away from evil || ab Sagunto exercitum abduco = to bring the army from Saguntum || abduco divinationem a coniecturis = to free divination from conjectures || abduco caput ab ictu = to remove one's head from the blows || aliquem servitum abduco or traduco || abducet Patricoles ut volnus obliget = Patroclus will bring (him) to dress the wound || Catulum abducamus ex acie id est ab iudiciis || abduco me ab omnibus molestiis et angoribus = to free onesenf from troubles and worries || abduc istos in tabernam deversoriam = Lead these to the hotel || abduco exercitum ad infestissimam Ciliciae partem = to take the army from the most hostile part of Cilicia || paciscitur magna mercede cum principibus ut copias abducant || abduxere retro longe capita ardua ab ictu = to draw back the lifted heads, sheltered from the blows || artifices quorum magna pars ipsius erant ex medio ludicro repente abduxit


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