Definition of detraho
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LEM
dētrahō, dētrahere, dētrāxī, dētrāctus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to draw off, take down, pull down, take away, remove, withdraw, drag, bring
  2. to remove, withdraw, take away, deprive, strip, rob
  3. [figuratively] to pull down, drag down, lower
  4. to withhold, divert
  5. to lower in estimation, disparage, detract
Abbreviations
dē-trahō trāxī, trāctus, ere, to draw off, take down, pull down, take away, remove, withdraw, drag, bring: soccos detrahunt (servi), T.: detractis insignibus imperatoris, Cs.: vestem: pellem, H.: alquem in iudicium: ducem ad certamen, L.: de digito anulum, T.: de his (mulis) stramenta, Cs.: Hannibalem ex Italiā, L.: vestem tibi, T.: anulos liberis suis: illi coronam, H.: me mihi, O.: tegumenta scutis, Cs.: frenos equis, L.: altā ilice virgam, O.

—To remove, withdraw, take away, deprive, strip, rob: detractis cohortibus duabus, Cs.: eidem Armeniam: illi Haerentem capiti coronam, H.: animis errorem, O.: ex tertiā acie singulas cohortīs, Cs.: ut (remigum) pars ab nostris detraheretur, i. e. from the ships, Cs.: aliquid ab homine.

—Fig., to pull down, drag down, lower: conlegam de caelo: regum maiestatem ab summo fastigio ad medium, L.

—To withhold, divert: tantum tempus ex re militari.

—To lower in estimation, disparage, detract: detrahendae dignitatis gratiā: de se: de absentibus detrahendi causā dicitur: de ipso, qui scripsit, detrahi nihil volo: quod tibi ille detrahit: multum ei detraxit, quod, etc., N.
 
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