Definition of decoquo
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Orthography ID = 1004036
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LEM
dēcoquō, dēcoquere, dēcoxī, dēcoctus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to boil away, boil down, diminish by boiling
  2. to boil, cook
  3. [figuratively] to ruin oneself, become bankrupt
Abbreviations
dē-coquō coxī, coctus, ere, to boil away, boil down, diminish by boiling: pars quarta (argenti) decocta erat, lost (in testing), L.: musti umorem, V.

—To boil, cook: holus, H.: ardenti aeno, Iu.

— Fig., to ruin oneself, become bankrupt: tenesne memoriā, te decoxisse?
 
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