abduco

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abduco

  1. first-person singular present indicative of abdurre

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From ab (from, away from) + dūcō (I lead).

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present active abdūcō, present infinitive abdūcere, perfect active abdūxī, supine abductum

  1. I take away, lead away or aside, carry off; detach, remove.
  2. I withdraw.
  3. I cause to withdraw, be separated, fall off or drop out; divert.
  4. I carry off or away forcibly, rob, ravish.
  5. I seduce, charm, attract or entice away, pervert.
  6. I bring down, reduce, degrade, lower.

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