Definition of delego
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Orthography ID = 1004140
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LEM
dēlēgō, dēlēgāre, dēlēgāvī, dēlēgātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to send away, despatch
  2. to commit, give in charge, confide
  3. to assign, transfer, refer
  4. [figuratively] to attribute, impute, ascribe
Abbreviations
dē-lēgō āvī, ātus, āre, to send away, despatch: Pleminium in Tullianum ex senatūs consulto, L.: studiosos Catonis ad illud volumen, refer, N.

—To commit, give in charge, confide: nec ancillis delegantur (infantes), Ta.

— To assign, transfer, refer: (rem) ad senatum, to refer, L.: delegato triumviris ministerio, Ta.: obsidione delegatā in curam collegae, L.: Quinto delegabo, si quid aeri meo alieno superabit.

—Fig., to attribute, impute, ascribe: hoc crimen optimis nominibus: omne rei gestae decus ad Volumnium, L.
 
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