Definition of doceo
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The verb doceō is reported to have 3 error(s). Please be cautious when citing this word.
Orthography ID = 1004940
1.
LEM
doceō, docēre, docuī, doctus
DIC-
verb (2nd conjugation)
  1. to cause to know, make aware, teach, instruct, inform, show, prove, convince, tell
  2. [of a play] to teach, rehearse, produce, exhibit
  3. to be a teacher, give instruction
Abbreviations
doceō uī, ctus, ēre DIC-, to cause to know, make aware, teach, instruct, inform, show, prove, convince, tell: studiosos discendi: ut docui te, H.: omnia, T.: falces, quas captivi docuerant, facere, had shown (how to make), Cs.: Munus et officium, H.: populos urbemque, describes, V.: quod de lacu Albano docuisset, L.: te litteras: me hanc causam: pueros elementa, H.: Motūs doceri, H.: puerum Romam portare docendum Artīs, H.: Rullum tacere: asellum currere, H.: Socratem fidibus (sc. canere): alqm docendum curare armis, L.: resonare Amaryllida Silvas, V.: docemur domitas habere libidines: equi variare gyros docentur, Ta.: Graece loqui docendus: qui doceant, nihil factum, etc., Cs.: similem (errorum) cunctum insanire, H.: de his rebus doceri: senatum de caede fratris, S.: eum, qui vir Roscius fuerit: vos quem ad modum acta defenderet.

—Poet.: docuit post exitus ingens, proved (the truth of the omen), V.

—Of a play, to teach, rehearse, produce, exhibit: multas (fabulas): praetextas, H.

—To be a teacher, give instruction: apud alqm: mercede.
 
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