prorogo

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prorogo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of prorogare

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From prō + rogō (ask; request).

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present active prōrogō, present infinitive prōrogāre, perfect active prōrogāvī, supine prōrogātum

  1. I prolong, continue, extend, protract.
  2. I preserve, keep for a long time, continue.
  3. I defer, put off, postpone.
  4. I pay down beforehand, advance money from one account to another.
  5. I propagate, perpetuate.

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