Definition of discepto
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LEM
disceptō, disceptāre, disceptāvī, disceptātus
dis-
verb (1st conjugation)
  1. to decide, determine, judge, arbitrate, sit as umpire
  2. to debate, dispute, discuss, strive
  3. [figuratively] to be at stake
Abbreviations
disceptō āvī, ātus, āre dis- + capto, to decide, determine, judge, arbitrate, sit as umpire: haec iuste: causam in foro dicere disceptante te: exercitu disceptante, L.: inter populum et regem in re praesenti, L.: eorum controversias: eos ad disceptandum ad amicos vocare, for arbitration, L.

—To debate, dispute, discuss, strive: erat non disceptando decertandum: cum palaestritis aequo iure: de controversiis iure apud se potius quam inter se armis, Cs.: de foederum iure verbis, L.: de iure publico armis: si coram de condicionibus disceptetur, Cs.: ut coram imperatore disceptaretur, L.

—Fig., to be at stake: in uno proelio omnis fortuna rei p. disceptat.
 
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