Definition of commuto, conmmuto
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LEM
commūtō, commūtāre, commūtāvī, commūtātus
conmmūtō, conmmūtāre, conmmūtāvī, conmmūtātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to alter wholly, change entirely
  2. to change, exchange, interchange, replace, substitute, barter, traffic
  3. to exchange words, discourse, converse
Abbreviations
com-mūtō (conm-) āvī, ātus, āre, to alter wholly, change entirely: signa rerum: quae commutantur fiuntque contraria: leges.

— Fig.: ad commutandos animos.

—To change, exchange, interchange, replace, substitute, barter, traffic: eandem rem dicere commutatis verbis: locum, T.: captivos: conmutatis ordinibus, reformed, S.: consilio commutato: proprium (verbum) proprio: possessionis invidiam pecuniā: studium belli gerendi agriculturā, Cs.

— To exchange words, discourse, converse: tecum unum verbum, T.: tria Verba inter vos, T.
 
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