abstraho

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From abs (away from) + trahō (drag, haul).

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present active abstrahō, present infinitive abstrahere, perfect active abstraxī, supine abstractum

  1. I draw away from, drag or pull away.
  2. I withdraw, alienate from.
  3. (figuratively) I divert, draw away.

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