Definition of dirimo
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Orthography ID = 1004771
1.
LEM
dirimō, dirimere, dirēmī, dirēmptus
dis-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to take apart, part, separate, divide, cut off
  2. [figuratively] to break off, interrupt, disturb, put off, delay
  3. to separate, dissolve, break off
  4. to interrupt, disturb, break up
  5. to destroy, frustrate, bring to naught
Abbreviations
dirimō ēmī, ēmptus, ere dis- + emo, to take apart, part, separate, divide, cut off: dirimi (corpus) distrahive: dirimit Suebiam montium iugum, Ta.: urbs flumine dirempta, L.: a continenti urbem, Cu.: si quem dirimit plaga solis, whom the torrid zone parts (from us), V.: infestas acies, iras (i. e. iratos), to stand between, L.

—Fig., to break off, interrupt, disturb, put off, delay: proelium dirimitur, Cs.: proelium nox diremit, S.: proelia voce, V.: venerunt ad dirimendum bellum, L.: certamina, O.: controversiam, to end: rem arbitrio, O.

—To separate, dissolve, break off: coniunctionem civium: caritas dirimi non potest, etc.: dirempta pax, L.: conubium, L.

— To interrupt, disturb, break up: conloquium, Cs.: ut concilia populi dirimerentur, L.: actum est nihil, nox diremit.

—To destroy, frustrate, bring to naught: auspicium, L.: rem susceptam: consilium, S.
 
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