Definition of deduco
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Orthography ID = 1004061
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LEM
dēdūcō, dēdūcere, dēdūxī, dēductus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to lead away, draw out, turn aside, divert, bring out, remove, drive off, draw down
  2. [of troops] to draw off, lead off, withdraw, lead, conduct, bring
  3. [of colonists] to lead forth, conduct
  4. [of ships] to draw out (from the dock)
  5. to draw down, launch
  6. to bring into port
Abbreviations
dē-dūcō dūxī, ductus, ere (imper. deduc, C.; deduce, T.), to lead away, draw out, turn aside, divert, bring out, remove, drive off, draw down: atomos de viā: eum contionari conantem de rostris, drag down, Cs.: aliquem ex ultimis gentibus: summā vestem ab orā, O.: Cantando rigidas montibus ornos, V.: canendo cornua lunae, i. e. bring to light (from eclipse), O.: dominam Ditis thalamo, V.: tota carbasa malo, i. e. unfurl, O.: febrīs corpore, H.: molliunt clivos, ut elephanti deduci possent, L.: rivos, i. e. to clear out, V.: aqua Albana deducta ad utilitatem agri, conducted off: imbres deducunt Iovem, i. e. Jupiter descends in, etc., H.: crinīs pectine, to comb, O.: vela, O.: deductae est fallacia Lunae, Pr.: hunc ad militem, T.: suas vestīs umero ad pectora, O.: in mare undas, O.: alqm in conspectum (Caesaris), Cs.: ab augure deductus in arcem, L.: aliquem in carcerem, S.: mediā sulcum deducis harenā, i. e. are dragged to execution, Iu.

—Of troops, to draw off, lead off, withdraw, lead, conduct, bring: nostros de valle, Cs.: ab opere legiones, Cs.: finibus Attali exercitum, L.: praesidia, Cs.: legionibus in hiberna deductis, Cs.: in aciem, L.: neque more militari vigiliae deducebantur, S.

—Of colonists, to lead forth, conduct: coloni lege Iuliā Capuam deducti, Cs.: milites in colonias: triumvir coloniis deducendis, S.: illi qui initio deduxerant, the founders, N.

—Of ships, to draw out (from the dock): ex navalibus eorum (navem), Cs.: Deducunt socii navīs, V.

—To draw down, launch: celoces viginti, L.: neque multum abesse (navīs) ab eo, quin paucis diebus deduci possent, Cs.: navīs litore, V.: carinas, O.: deducendus in mare, set adrift, Iu.

— To bring into port: navīs in portum, Cs.

—In weaving, to draw out, spin out: pollice filum, O.: fila, Ct.: stamina colo, Tb.

—Poet.: vetus in tela deducitur argumentum, is interwoven, O.

— Of personal attendance, in gen., to lead, conduct, escort, accompany: te domum: me de domo: deducendi sui causā populum de foro abducere, L.: quem luna solet deducere, Iu.: deducam, will be his escort, H.

— To conduct a young man to a public teacher: a patre deductus ad Scaevolam.

—Of a bride, to lead, conduct (to her husband): uni nuptam, ad quem virgo deducta sit, L.: domum in cubiculum, to take home, T.: quo primum virgo quaeque deducta est, Cs.

—To lead in procession, conduct, show: deduci superbo triumpho, H.

—In law, to eject, exclude, put out of possession (a claimant of land): ut aut ipse Tullium deduceret aut ab eo deduceretur: de fundo deduci.

—To expel, exclude: alqm ex possessione, L.

—To summon, bring (as a witness): ad hoc iudicium.

—To take away, subtract, withdraw, deduct, diminish: cibum, T.: addendo deducendoque videre, quae reliqui summa fiat: de capite, quod usuris pernumeratum est, L.

— Fig., to bring down, lead away, divert, withdraw, bring, lead, derive, deduce, reduce: alqm de animi lenitate: alqm de fide: me a verā accusatione: mos unde deductus, derived, H.: nomen ab Anco, O.: alqm ad fletum: rem ad arma, Cs.: ad humum maerore, bows, H.: ad sua flagra Quirites, subdue under, Iu.: in eum casum deduci, Cs.: rem in controversiam, Cs.: rem huc, ut, etc., Cs.: audi, quo rem deducam, what I have in view, H.: Aeolium carmen ad Italos modos, transfer, H.: in patriam deducere musas, V.

—To mislead, seduce, entice, induce, bring, instigate: adulescentibus oratione deductis, Cs.: a quibus (inimicis) deductus, Cs.

—To spin out, string out, compose (poet.): tenui deducta poemata filo, H.: mille die versūs, H.: nihil expositum, Iu: carmen in actūs, H.

— To remove, expel, cure: corpore febrīs, H.: haec (vitia) deducuntur de corpore, i. e. men try to remove.
 
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