Definition of demoveo
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Orthography ID = 1004216
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LEM
dēmoveō, dēmovēre, dēmōvī, dēmōtus
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to move away, put away, remove, expel, drive out
  2. [figuratively] to drive, repel, divert, turn away
  3. to discharge, remove (from office)
  4. see also dimoveo
Abbreviations
dē-moveō mōvī, mōtus, ēre, to move away, put away, remove, expel, drive out: demoveri de loco: ex possessione rem p.: hostes gradu demoti, driven back, L.: vestri facti praeiudicio demotus, forced to yield, Cs.

—Fig., to drive, repel, divert, turn away: a meis oculis tuos, T.: aliquem de verā sententiā: ab se sceleris suspicionem: te lucro, H.

—To discharge, remove (from office): alqm praefecturā, Ta.: Centuriones, Ta.

— see also dimoveo.
 
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