Definition of deporto
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Orthography ID = 1004268
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LEM
dēportō, dēportāre, dēportāvī, dēportātus
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to carry down, carry off, take away
  2. to transport, banish for life, exile
  3. of magistrates quitting a province, to bring home, take along, carry away
  4. [figuratively] to carry off, bring home, bring away, derive, acquire
Abbreviations
dē-portō āvī, ātus, āre, to carry down, carry off, take away: frumentum in castra, Cs.: ex Siciliā litteras in Verrem: ossa eius ad matrem, N.: partem exercitūs eo, Cs.: omnem exercitum ex Hispaniā, evacuate, L.

—To transport, banish for life, exile: in insulam deportari, Ta.: Italiā, Ta.

—Of magistrates quitting a province, to bring home, take along, carry away: signa ex urbibus: victorem exercitum: nihil domum.

—Fig., to carry off, bring home, bring away, derive, acquire: triumphum tertium: crimen Romam ex provinciā: ex Asiā dedecus.
 
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