Definition of comparo, conparo
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LEM
comparō, comparāre, comparāvī, comparātus
conparō, conparāre, conparāvī, conparātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to bring together as equals, connect, pair, match, unite, join
  2. to bring together, match, oppose
  3. [figuratively] to count equal, regard as equal, rank with
  4. to compare
  5. of colleagues in office, inter se, to agree together (in the division of duties), come to an agreement
Abbreviations
comparō (conp-) āvī, ātum, āre compar, to bring together as equals, connect, pair, match, unite, join: donum dono contra, to set in opposition, T.: ea inter se: priore consulatu inter se conparati, L.

— To bring together, match, oppose: ut ego cum patrono comparer: Scipio et Hannibal, velut ad supremum certamen comparati duces, L.

— Fig., to count equal, regard as equal, rank with: auctoritate cum his comparandus: an duces ducibus comparari (poterant)? L.

—To compare: homo similitudines comparat: causae inter se comparandae: ut copiae copiis conparentur numero, L.: se turbae, H.: hominem cum homine: Castorem cum Domitio: cum illorum superbiā me, S.: ne comparandus hic quidem ad illumst, T.: nihil comparandi causā loquar, I will institute no comparison: comparando, quam similis esset, etc., by considering, L.: comparat, quanto plures deleti sint homines, etc., shows in comparison.

— Of colleagues in office, inter se, to agree together (in the division of duties), come to an agreement: inter se compararent Claudius Fulviusque, utri obsidenda Capua, L.: inter se decemviri conparabant, quos ire ad bellum oporteret, L.: provincias, L.
 
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