Definition of abutor
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Orthography ID = 1000241
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LEM
abūtor, abūtī, abūsus sum
deponent verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to use up, consume, spend, exhaust
  2. [especially] to make use of for a purpose, apply, turn to account
  3. [implying censure] to abuse, misapply, misuse
  4. [especially of words] to misapply, force
Abbreviations
ab - ūtor ūsus, ī, dep., to use up, consume, spend, exhaust: omni tempore: in prologis scribundis operam abutitur, uses up his time, T.

—Esp., to make use of for a purpose, apply, turn to account: ignoratione tuā ad hominis miseri salutem.

—Implying censure, to abuse, misapply, misuse: legibus ad quaestum: per turpitudinem (divitiis), S.: quousque tandem abutere patientiā nostrā, outrage: hac lenitate meā, presume upon.

—Esp., of words, to misapply, force, C.
 
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