Definition of disto
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Orthography ID = 1004655
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LEM
dīstō, dīstāre, -, -
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to stand apart, be separate, be distant
  2. to differ, be different, be unlike
  3. [impers] there is a difference, it makes a difference, is important
Abbreviations
dī-stō -, -, āre, to stand apart, be separate, be distant: quantum tignorum iunctura distabat, Cs.: Nec longo distant (regna) cursu, V.: inter se, Cs.: non amplius pedum milibus II ab castris castra distabant, Cs.: tanto, O.: foro nimium distare Carinas, H.

—In time: quantum ab Inacho, H.

— To differ, be different, be unlike: quantum distet argumentatio ab re: ultima distant, O.: Sordidus a tenui victu distabit, H.: stoica dogmata A cynicis tunicā distantia, Iu.: Paulum distat inertiae Celata virtus, H.: aera lupinis, H.: facta minis, O.

—Impers, there is a difference, it makes a difference, is important: ut distare aliquid videatur, utrum, etc.: Stultitiāne erret, nihilum distabit, an ira, H.
 
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