Definition of dissolvo
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Orthography ID = 1004886
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LEM
dissolvō, dissolvere, dissolvī, dissolūtus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to take apart, disunite, part, destroy
  2. to take to pieces, analyze
  3. to pay, discharge
  4. to free from debt
  5. [figuratively] to dissolve, abolish, abrogate, annul, destroy
  6. to refute, reply to, answer
Abbreviations
dis-solvō solvī, solūtus, ere, to take apart, disunite, part, destroy: opus suum natura dissolvit: pontem, N.: navem, Ph.: animus, si est harmonia, dissolvetur.

— To take to pieces, analyze: Quem (versum), H.

—To pay, discharge: aes alienum dissolutum: omne quod debuit: pecuniam pro iis rebus, Cs.: poenam: damna.

— To free from debt: dissolvi nullo modo possunt.

—Fig., to dissolve, abolish, abrogate, annul, destroy: amicitias: societatem: religiones, L.: leges Caesaris: iudicia publica: regiā potestate dissolutā, N.: rem p., L.: frigus, H.: mortalium mala, S.: plerosque senectus dissolvit, S.

—To refute, reply to, answer: criminatio tota dissoluta est: (crimina) iudicio.

— To release, disengage: Dissolvi me, ut, etc., T.
 
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