Definition of concludo
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LEM
conclūdō, conclūdere, conclūsī, conclūsus
com-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to shut up, close, imprison, enclose, confine
  2. [figuratively] to include, compress, restrain, limit, restrict
  3. [of language] to compress, include, condense, comprise
  4. to end, close, conclude
  5. [in discourse] to end, finish, conclude, complete
  6. [in philos.] to conclude, infer, make an inference, argue, demonstrate
Abbreviations
conclūdō sī, sus, ere com- + claudo, to shut up, close, imprison, enclose, confine: bestias: multitudinem: me in cellam cum illā, T.: illum aliquo, T.: locum sulco, V.: Suave locus voci resonat conclusus, H.: conclusum mare, Cs.

—Fig., to include, compress, restrain, limit, restrict: tot res in unum diem, T.: omnia fere, quae sunt conclusa nunc artibus, dispersa et dissipata quondam fuerunt: Ut huc concludar, be shut up to this (marriage), T.: me miserum, T.: (orator) concludatur in ea, quae, etc.

—Of language, to compress, include, condense, comprise: uno volumine vitam virorum complurium, N.: ea (vis) verbis interdicti non concluditur.

—To end, close, conclude: facinus crudelitate perfectum atque conclusum

— In discourse, to end, finish, conclude, complete: huius generis orationem: crimen (the discussion of) the charge: sententias, to round off: versum.

— In philos., to conclude, infer, make an inference, argue, demonstrate: ex rebus concessis quod velis: argumentum: quo modo concludatur ratio: summum malum esse dolorem, etc.: hoc modo.
 
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