Definition of differo
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Orthography ID = 1004735
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LEM
differō, differre, distulī, dīlātus
dis-
verb (ferre conjugation)
  1. to carry apart, spread abroad, scatter, disperse, separate
  2. [figuratively] to distract, disquiet, disturb, confound
  3. to spread abroad, publish, report, circulate
  4. to defer, put off, postpone, adjourn, protract, delay
  5. [of personal objects] to put off, get rid of, keep off, keep
  6. [intrans. (only praes. system)] to differ, vary, be different
Abbreviations
differō distulī, dīlātus, ferre dis- + fero, to carry apart, spread abroad, scatter, disperse, separate: venti magnitudine ignem, Cs.: Nubila, V.: rudentis (Eurus), H.: in versum ulmos, i. e. planted, V.: Mettum in diversa, tore to pieces, V.

—Fig., to distract, disquiet, disturb, confound: (Oratione) te, T.: differor doloribus, T.

—To spread abroad, publish, report, circulate: male commissam libertatem populo R. sermonibus, L.: rumores, T.: celeri rumore dilato, N.: alqm rumoribus, make notorious, Ta.: alqm circum puellas, Pr.

—To defer, put off, postpone, adjourn, protract, delay: rem cotidie: bellum: iter in praesentia, Cs.: pleraque, H.: vadimonia, to adjourn court, Iu.: distulit ira sitim, O.: differri iam hora non potest: diem de die, L.: impetūs, i. e. make no rash attacks, Ta.: quaerere distuli, H.: nihil dilaturi, quin, etc., L.: in posterum diem: vim doloris in posterum: in aliud tempus, Cs.: (diem edicti) in a. d. IV Kal. Dec.: curandi tempus in annum, H.: id ad crudelitatis tempus: quas (legationes) partim distulit Tarraconem, till he should reach, L.: contentionem totam post bellum, L.: Differ

— habent commoda morae, O.: differendum negat, says there must be no delay, L.

—Of personal objects, to put off, get rid of, keep off, keep: me in tempus aliud: differri non posse adeo concitatos animos, L.: decumum quos distulit Hector in annum, V.: vivacem anum, i. e. to postpone her death, O.: hi repulsi in spem impetrandi tandem honoris dilati, L.: legati ad novos magistratūs dilati, L.

—Intrans. (only praes. system), to differ, vary, be different: verbo differre, re esse unum: paulum: quid enim differt, barathrone Dones quicquid habes, an? etc., H.: a vobis vestitu: multum a Gallicā consuetudine, Cs.: ut in nullā re (domus) differret cuiusvis inopis (sc. a domo), N.: hi (populi) omnes linguā inter se differunt, Cs.: non multum inter summos et mediocrīs viros: cogitatione inter se: (occasio) cum tempore hoc differt: pede certo Differt sermoni sermo, H.: tragico differre colori, H.
 
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