Definition of amitto
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Orthography ID = 1000068
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LEM
āmittō, āmittere, āmīsī, āmissus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to send away, dismiss, part with
  2. to let go, let slip
  3. [figuratively] to loose, let slip
  4. [by metonymy] to lose
Abbreviations
ā-mittō īsī (amīstī, for amīsisti, T.), issus, ere ab + mitto, to send away, dismiss, part with: abs te filium, T.

—To let go, let slip: praedam ex oculis, L.: praedam de manibus: clavum, V.

—Fig., to loose, let slip: occasionem, Cs.: tempus: fidem, to break one's word, N.

— Meton., to lose: consilium cum re, T.: litem: classes: pecuniam, S.: patrimonia, S.: optimates, the support of the aristocrats, N.: Si reperire vocas amittere certius, to be more assured that she is lost, O.: colores, H.: animam, S.: vitam: filium.
 
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