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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 aliquem ad me || abduco aliquem alicui || abduco aliquid alicui || abduco mancipia || abduco exercitum ab aliquo || abducamus ex acie || abduco animum ab aliqua re || abduco armenta || aliquem, aliquid alicui abduco or eripio || abduco aquam alicui || abduco aliquem ab institutis suis || aliquem in servitutem abduco || abduco in servitudinem || aliquem ab negotio abduco || abduco aliquem morti || abduco aliquem a fide || abduco aliquem ab aratro || abduco artem ad quaestum || aliquem in secretum abduco or seduco || abduco legiones a Bruto || abduco divinationem a coniecturis || abduco caput ab ictu || abduco aliquem convivam (or ad caenam) || caput ab ictu abduco || a malis mors abducit || aliquem servitum abduco or traduco || abduco aliquem vi de foro || ab Sagunto exercitum abduco || abducet Patricoles ut volnus obliget || abduco me ab omnibus molestiis et angoribus || abduc istos in tabernam deversoriam || abduco exercitum ad infestissimam Ciliciae partem || abduxere retro longe capita ardua ab ictu || artifices quorum magna pars ipsius erant ex medio ludicro repente abduxit


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