subduco

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Etymology[edit]

From sub + dūcō (lead; draw).

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present active subdūcō, present infinitive subdūcere, perfect active subdūxī, supine subductum

  1. I draw from under or below; draw, lift or pull up, raise.
  2. (nautical) I draw or haul up onto land, beach.
  3. I draw, take or lead away, carry off, withdraw, remove, subtract; rescue.
  4. (military) I draw off forces from one position to another; withdraw, transfer.
  5. I take away secretly, steal, hide, purloin.
  6. (with reflexive) I take myself away secretly, steal away, sneak off, withdraw.
  7. (figuratively) I draw up, reckon, compute, calculate, balance; deliberate.

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References[edit]

  • subduco in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879