Definition of disco
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Orthography ID = 1004790
1.
LEM
discō, discere, didicī, -
DIC-
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to learn, learn to know, acquire, become acquainted with
  2. [in poetry of things] to be taught
  3. to study for acting, present, produce (on the stage)
Abbreviations
discō didicī, -, ere DIC-, to learn, learn to know, acquire, become acquainted with: litteras: ius civile: dialectica ab aliquo: id de me, T.: virtutem ex me, V.: quae illi litteris, ego militando didici, S.: per laborem usum militiae, S.: omnīs crimine ab uno, V.: unde ius civile discatur: quae (artes) non sine otio discuntur: Pater esse disce ab illis, T.: senatui parere: miseris succurrere, V.: iustitiam et non temnere divos, V.: Litavicum ad sollicitandos Aeduos profectum, Cs.: nihil esse foedius servitute: quid sit vivere, T.: hoc quam nihil sit: quantum in Etruriā belli esset, L: Unde sit infamis, O.: qui discunt, pupils, Cs.: illo discendi causā proficisci, to study, Cs.: voluntas discendi: discebant fidibus antiqui (sc. canere).

—Poet., of things, to be taught: Nec discet mentiri lana colores, V.

—To study for acting, present, produce (on the stage): has partīs, T.: Novas (fabulas), T.
 
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